Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
July 24, 1896
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v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).

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East Coast advocate
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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle


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3. 3STo 24. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1896. [Price, 5c.

LOCAL NEWS -Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson are Head Tills Column Carefully. -Mrs. W N. Hendry spent a day or Judge M. S. Jones paid Cocoa a -!Mr. J. M. Rogers"' loft here, Saturday ; -
expected home from North Carolina to. so at Mime this week. yesterday.Miss II'RI. for Dnytonn, where he expectsto
Ll Topics of General Interest. day or to-morrow. remain some time.'l'ltutlvll1o .
LOCAL ADVTS. Ten Cents Per Per
Line -Mr. K. B. Raulorson of Fort Pierce Smith postmistress at Shariws
I Messrs. Anderson & Price are having Week on this (front) page was In town tills week. was a pleasant, visitor to town yesterday.Rev. .
some palmetto palms planted on
rletr and G nerl OoMlp In connection their hotel grounds at Ormond.Mr. -Cal>t. C. F. Fischer wont down the A. D. Pouney at Tennis Club.
kith Bay. L..keVorth., Indian, ui.iua KMXK is selling: $10.00 suits for river Monday, to visit various places on the Methodist church ou /Sunray next, I
' .."Aim and Halifax RI"eu. Key Went R. S. Head traveling freight $7.00. Secure a suit before they are an electioneering tour. tho dlltli Inst.
Lid all other Important Point along the agent of the East Coast Line<< was In all gone-rare bargftis:. A mooting\ ; of the members" of the Titusvllle I
... Coast of Florida. Brief mention of i town Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. -Mr. E. L. Brady nfter spending -Miss. Clara Brown left hero yesterday Tennis Club will ho held tonight -
.t 'several days In Jacksonville returned for Eau Gallle on a visit to her sister ", (Friday), at the Indian River hotel
nt re.tlnt Events from Varlnu I'arln Henry T. Titus started for vari- PAINTOFF. for removing all kinds of home on Monday.Mr. Mrs. A A. Ford.Mr. '. at 7 p. in. sharp. All who can 'possibly
\( the World About People You Know )its down-river point, Monday, In his paint from all kinds of surfaces with- do so are particularly\ roii\ientnl to attend -
iS 11I1 People You Don't KnowPickedp Interests Arthur T. }Feaster; after l pretty Aaron Cleveland left hero -
I as candidate for the office of out burning. Seo ad. on 2nd page. yesterday -especially those who were not present ; '
by: Our Society, Editor and a large. .talr Send for circulars to.SOUTHEAS'VICUN well canvassing tho county returned for Morrltt to spend a few Jays at the last meeting. Gentlemen '
Ef Correspondent scattered along; the sheriff.Mrs. PAINTOFF Co. home on Tuoxday.Mr. with his brother.Mr. .
Jas. F. Conova after "spending, wishing to join thu club are requestedto
knot: Coast of Florida.I a week very pleasantly In /St. Augustine St. Augustine Fla., and Boston. and Mrs. Mo F. Porter loft Daytona II. J. Brown, of this place has give their names to C. H. Walton I "'

returned to her home in New Saturday last, en route to New out some of his tobacco and Is now curIng secretary and treasurer.CHAS.. .

If yon receive a sample copy of Smyrna on Monday.Mr. VIIEIIK to stop. See list of hotels on York on a visit of several weeks. a barn-ful of It. H. WALTOX, I

li> ADVOCATE it Is an Intimation; that S. N. Gladwln passed through our 7th page. -Mrs. W. lllcharda, of Eden was in I -Capt. W. H. Sharpe', of Sharpen, and :Secretary.

| would give us pleasure to add your beret Saturday last on his way from town a short while Wednesday. She Mr. E. V. Hall. of Gcorglana, were visitors \
" jtme to our fast-Increasing list of subtribers. Sanford to Miami at which place he ex- OLD Oscar Pepper at Lesley & Rena- stopped over at Cooou a day or so on her to town the first of the woek. Tabasco Growing;; on the East

It does not cost you three pecte to have his Ice factory in running ker's, Tltusville Fla. way home. -A pleasant dance was IndulgedIn Coast. I
when very
tnts week (postage Included)
per order In a few days.Mr. -The Misses Albino and Aline Eggor about of people I IItcfonl
ken by the year, and It can be sent to by twenty our young ,
on in any part of the United /States or J. N. Lummus son-in-law of Dr. 1rr! If you need any job printing, we gave a small but pleasant whist party at Wednesday night at the opera house. nil to the coot: ) work that Is being -
shall be pleased to get a share of it. the residence of Mm. Albino _llriulv._ Main '
without James of this place has left Miami and i ; u ---- : land
|,Dada extra expense. nlgllt------: -Mrs. F. S. Chaffoe loft hero this done by Mr. J. E. Ingrahiim/ I
advance. now holds position as assistant train street, Tuesday morning for liartow to spond A few commissioner for the Florida East Coast :
$1.50( per" six annum In dispatcher of the High /Springs divisionof MONEY. We want money to loan on first -At a recent dl\te. Mr. G. B. Knott weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. It. Line the St. Augustine! correspondent I

n Sl.OO countries. the Plant System at Gainesville.\ real estate mortgages. Ten per cent the Ienlillanli popular superintendent of Mather.\ of tho Citizen:: says that while laboringfor
$2.00; per an. to foreign free of all to lender. D. L.Onnlden .
expenses the advancement of this special
-Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Munn left on the Florida East Coast Hotel system, was
Titusville. elected a vice-president of the Hotel -We are sorry to learn that Mrs. E. branch of agriculture the laud department -
for Daytona where they
Monday Is sick and trust It will not belong
L. Brady ,
Men's Mutual\ Benefit Association.Mrs. has been equally busy In other
JOB PRINTING at this office. probably decide to remain permanently.Miss .
;r ere she is restored! to her wonted
lola Davis accompanied them to OLD Oscar Pepper at Losley & Rena- II. E. Bugbco and family of lines, among which may be mentioned
spend of weeks there.Capts. ker's Titusvllle Fla. tobacco culture. Mr. IngrlhlDhlll4
a couple the health.Mrs.
St. Augustine), are now stopping at I
-Mr. W. M. Brown went to Miami last Elder Indian Ga. Mrs. !\ R. 11. Holmes of Cocoa, has every reason to bollovo that a line grade :1
laturday. Vogel and Spencer govern- House Springs on a visit to friends In Detroit and of leaf tobacco can bo raised this and i
IF want nice in the Is tIle wife of the and leone
ment inspectors of hulls and boilers you something way Bugbee genial popular She Tltusville other counties of tho East Coast and !II
other cities. passed through
I of a suit of clothes it will be to Coast Line couduotor.
, -Mr. Oscar Stewart has been sojourn- passed through Tltusville\ :Monday en your East on Wednesday.Mr. money will not bo spared to ascertain '
|lit a day or so at Coquina this week. route to Miami and Cape Sabel to makean advantage to give Julius Kline a call -Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Pentland have whether or not Its cultivation shall prove

e I -Messrs. Geo. SI. Robbins and E. B. inspection of steamboats. and Inspect his stock. been taking a vacation at Canaveral during I James Fomur has been anxiously \ I practicable and I profitable. H. E. liar-

agar spent from Saturday until Mon- -County Surveyor J. O. Fries of Orlando the past couple of weeks Inhalingthe watching all trains this week has looking man, editor of tho Southern Tobacco
PURR old Mount Vernon at thrown off for the arrival of his wife who been of Winston N. C. In I
|ay at Miami. spent a few days with his family Rye Losley health-giving ozone by Journal an export
the first of the week. He hail not been & Renaker's at $3.00: per gallon. Grand Old Ocean. north some months.Mr. the cultivation of tobacco who did much I

-We of beg to acknowlede delicious with thanks fromwo away from Clnclnnatus Farms in nearly ....:Mr. Geo. A. Light of Bartow, whoIs B. B. Pylon and Miss Claude for the advancement of this Industry In ,
i celpt some grapes three months, and he was anxious to THE: Indian River hotel barber shop has I interested In land at Fort Vanlondlngham of this place are anxiously Western nod I Middle Florida, has boon
friends Mlms. Pierce was
| of valued lady at
our get home. the best workman In the county. We In town part of Wednesday and Thursday looking forward to Aug. 4th, on engaged by the hind department to make
-Mr. C. R. Mackey. manager of the guarantee satisfaction to all our euetomers. lie enter Into cul- which date they arc to be married. a trip through every county on tho East
Mrs.\ P. Z. of New I may pineapple
Alexandra Coast to examine the lands for tho -
Mr. L.
ocoa ice factory and his friend II. S. Meadow purpose
prop.California's In the above .
after week ture neighborhood.There Archdeacon B. F. will hold
Smyrna spending a or so
suitable for
sew of locating such as are
heir spent a hours in town on .. '
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with relatives In St. returned divine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal
aturday last. Augustine will bo a meeting of Good tobacoo culture. Mr. Ingraham will
home Monday very much pleased with Templers at the Presbyterian church on church Titusvllio, Sunday next, tho furnish Mr. Harman with nil of the Information I.,
-Miss Florence Bryan New Smyrna's her trip. She was quite enthusiasticover Finest Claret, the 28th Inst., for the object of electing 20th Inst., at 11 a. in. aid 7:00:: p. in. In his possession on the subject r !

opular postmistress, expects to leaveor her visit to the Ancient City. officers and for Installation of officers -Mr. II. W. Richards of Eden Is in and when the examination shall ,

Gainesville Ga., next week to spend -The office seeker or would-be office $2.75 per dozen. W. B. Dawson Jack- the week following. A full attendance town to-day having como up yontorday. have boon completed Mr. Harman will '

overal weeks. seeker who ignores newspaper men and sonville, Fin.bfr lit requested.The lie gave us a pleasant call while here tell of the result of researches In the ':

-Mr. Chas. II. Walton was the guest newspaper offices does not stand much third annual of the and will return south this afternoon. columns of tho Tobacco Journal for the .:
[>.f Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Russell, at their show of success. Newspapers can either report operations benefIt of those seeking such Informa
and Mrs J. F. Renaker left hero of the J., T. & K. W. Ity. Co., : -Attorney Howell Titus of West 1\\
rmond residence from Saturday until make a man a success or a failure and tion.
Tuesday for Miami. under the of J. !
receivership Major II. Palm Beach, has left for Kern City, Cat.,
fonday last.Judge'Vhlte.. shrewd politicians know this.-Metrop- We shall bo glad If those who have resolved -
for the 31
-Mr. 8. D. Gouger left yesterday after- Durkee year ending whore! his wife 11now visiting her
olis. tobacco seed from tho ADVOCATK
of Quincy, Fla., pass- noon for down-river points as far southas 1800 was filed In the clerk's office, Jacksonville mother. He expects to spend the sum number of
office will send acres
d I through here Monday, en route to -Mr. A. C. Gardner spent from Friday West Palm Beach, n his Interests as Monday.Mrs. ; mer In California us .
planted tobacco particularsof
illaml and other points on Bay Biscayne until Monday last at Miami. On his they
agent for the building: and loan associ- Julia D. Tuttlo has
he considerable land. mon Quito a numbor of colored men, It growth etc., so that wi can assist
share owns return he was accompanied by his daughter -
Mr. ation he represents. lie expects to return work constructing a stone wall to separate who have been working at the tie campsof }(r. Ingraham In his efforts to build up
-Judge M. S. Jones who was one of and son-in-law and Mrs. II. C. Tuesday. Fort Dallas from the grounds of tho Mr. S. E. Rico, hoar Turnbull were the East Coast.

Illie prominent attendants at the State Budge who have been spending the -"Continue alln the ADVOCATE Hotel Royal Palm. Mrs. Tuttle, evidently In town yesterday, on route to another i
week in town. Their friends here ;
)emocratlo Convention at Jacksonville\ many will have one of the most beau- Palatka.
It is the host I have point near
are pleased to see them again. weekly paper struckin A Lawn Tennis, Club for Tltuvlllo. *-
poturned home on Saturday last. tiful homes along the East Coast.
a long while. Through Its influence -Mr. Jas. T. Stewart of Toledo Fla., i
-Mrs.! A. T. Feaster and family have -Mr. V. Granberg formerly a popu- I received a good order from St. Augustine -Mr. L. C. }Moore who accompaniedhis who has boon spending a day or so In .

one to Valdosta Ga., to spend a few lar resident of New Smyrna but now this week." Thus writes u prominent wife as far as Jacksonville returned town whir f'rhiintv! .. Clerk. A... A. Stewart

[months. Mr. Feaster accompanied them residing visit at Monday.Daytona He paid Is his charmed old home with a Jacksonville merchant this week. home Wednesday. Mrs. Moore has gone returned; home oclerrlayM i il". Stewartwas On Friday evening last the 17th Inst., p''

[hut will return to town to-morrow on on a visit to friend Washington, and resident of hold the of the
Daytona but he likes to run down to -We acknowledge with thanks, receipt a prominent Tropic sometime K mooting was In parlor
of the from there she will {;o to Brooklyn to Indian River hotel, to discuss the feasibility -
South Africa ago.
-Trespassers are warned against re- New Smyrna occasionally to see his old Johannesburg ( ) ,
moving pineapples etc., from the prop. friends-especially the ladies. Star sont UN by Mr. C. A. Bacon, a prominent visit her father and mother Mr. and -We bog to Inform the editor of the \ of the organization of a lawn tennis -
Mrs. John Goode.
rty of E. O. Vlvell, now being levied ,, and well known resident of Or- Farmer and Frult-Growor that the ostrich club a number of our prominent
Ipon. See sheriffs sale ad. on 5th page. -Commodore and Mrs. F. D. Hughes mond. It Is full of Interesting Informa- -The great Increase of subscribers to eggs did not hatch In the Incubator business. mon being present. Tho meeting
who have been spending the summer In culled to order by Mr. G. C.
tion anent the South African Republic.Like to the between being
-Mr.:! and Mrs. S. II. Thurston of Atlantic London England and other parts of the ADVOCATE It Is a pink paper. Jacksonville AnvocATE-espocially and Key West goes to Major at Tiffin Courtenay Is now; gutting but we the understand ostriches Elwos-who, with Mr. J. A. llap),ersutte,
are stopping at Kosevllle the ADVOCATE that
now Europe wrote they was the originator of the Ulna-Mr. Goo.
:: -Mr. J. H. of prove that the pink paper still has a to take turns-night and day-ou another !
J., for which place they started las! Intended leaving Liverpool for New York Rollins Orlando agentof :M. Bobbins was elected temporary. chairman -
admirers and It Is
week, and where the ADVOCATE follows on the 11th Inst., and would look out the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association great many generally not of eggs. and :Mr. Happorsotto secretary I
recognized as one of the best advertising
I them. for the pink paper In that gay city. after spending over a week In mediums on the East Coast of Florida. -Capt. E. T. and Lady Cecilia Koso After discussing several things In connection -
town left for Cocoa and other down Ui
of Riviera have left for tins remainder with the formation of the club,
-Capt. II. B. Shaw thewellknown -Mr. C. S. Smith of hobo Sound
I spector of Houses of Refuge along this has been in town several days this week. river points on Monday. 'lie expects to -Capt. Jan. II. Howard representing the summer. Capt. Rose will stay In It was moved by Mr. Chas. If. Walton,
I coast, returned to his home at Ormond Mr. Smith Is pleased with the prospectof reach West Palm Btttch to-day. Mrs. the Tropical Fibre Works of Jacksonville New York. Lady( Cecilia has 1I1\lIed! for seconded by Mr. Henry T. Titus andunanimously'Carried .
I after S. II. Happersette, of West Palm Beach has about thirty men engaged In England. During their absence Mr. and tfiiit the name of
attending to business matters at made
an arrangement; being whereby
I Washington D. C. vlstors to the Lake will bo afforded an; Is a daughter of Mr. Rollins. the neighborhood of New Smyrna, cutting Mrs. Harry E. Stokes: of Hobo Sound the organization: \ bo thhie'l'ituevllloTennis

opportunity of side excursions to the -Capt. Tony Canova who has been palmetto. lie Is said to be shippingover will reside on Capt. Roso's place. Capt. Club.
-Mrs. F. T. Budge and two children Sound. Steamer will be run there connecting 'spending the summer In Now York five carloads per week to Jaokhonvtlle. Rose has a large pineapple plantation I Ou a further vote of those present being -
I after spending a couple of weeks very; with trains from Palm Beach I passed through here Wednesday on his One would hardly think It would taken the following officers were
I pleasantly in town with Capt. and Mrs to ship palmetto so far. -Mr. John H. Dlmon a prominent
pay elected
to Rockledge. A unanimously :
I Jag. and accommodations will be providett way gentleman: winter resident at Duvtonn. writes us
Pritchard returned to Miami on
| Monday. for such as wish to enjoy the plea ues of New York accompanied him, for the -Mr. S. U. Park who left Jensen for from Brooklyn N. Y., as: follows : ,I (I. C. Elwes, president.

life and scenery on the Sound for more purpose of examining and probably the City of Mexico several months ago "Please find money order, for $1.50) for,, Geo. )l. Robblns vice-president.
-Arthur Brown of the ADVOCATE than a day.-West Palm Beach Sun. purchasing Mr. M. K. Dwyor's launch passed through Titusvllle, Tuesday, en one year's subscription to your live pink Chad. II. Walton socty. A treasurer.J. .
I force, after two years or more of faithful Silver King which has been laid up route to Miami. Mr. Park Informed an which affords me much Interest A. Happersotto keeper of the

I service, leaves us to-morrow to accept a -Writing the ADVOCATE from An since last winter.Mr. ADVOCATE: reporter! that there was very paper to know what In going on In section club property.The .
position in :Mr. F. T. Budge's store at kona Mr. C. T. McCarty the agricultural A. Shulson of little business to be done In )Mexico so during my absence from the East Coast. following: are the names of those f
Bowling Green
this director of the Bahamas that who have signified their Intention of being -
| place. says O. his he decided to return to the East Coast More to elbow and much
passed through power your
Tuesday on way
he found the Bahamians kind, members of the club: Jan. Prltcharrl.
generous and make another start in business. "
-Do not fall to read the new ad. of 'to Dade county. lie had a party of success Is my wish.
genial just and courteous and his relations : Mrs. Park and son were on their Wm. )(. Brown Geo. )f. Robbins E. I..
L. I three with him who desirous way
Cameron 123 East Bay street Jack- with them both personally and are of purchasing south by water. Brady (K C. Elwes, J. (I. Bast K.: li.
onville, on our 5th page. If any of the professionally wore of the most pleasan I land on the East Coast. Mr. Tarpon at Canaveral. Wager II. T. Titus F. S. Cliaffee J. A.
ADVOCATE readers In any part of the character. Mr. and Mrs. McCarty aDd Shulson Is traveling soliciting agent for -It is stated that the old Capo Florida -- Happersette, J. C. Jones D. B. Pritch-

state need garden or other kinds of seed. son Brian left Indian River this week i the land department of the Florida East light, oa Biscayne Bay, Is to bu reestablished There are large numbers of tarpon In ard, C. R Stewart II. J. Dolson F. A.

| do not fall to !give this firm a trial order. for Vlnton Iowa, to visit relatives and Coast Florida Railway and commissioner of after being In darkness for the bight just now. Frank Horton and Morgan, R. :E. Mime, R. F. Hall, Clma 1

-Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Penney of also to see their sons, Masters Dan and ( Ohio. State Emigration Bureau In nearly :20 years; but we hope It will not Tom Knight caught one, last week, that H. Walton and P. G. Walton.
Charlie who at will be the same number of years ere the the club Is laid
Mlms,delightfully entertained the Missed are college. They measured six feet In length.Clncl..atu" The court for being
Albine be north about three months. The beacon lights on Indian River will againbe out on the west side of the Indian River
A. and Anne Egger and Messrs. F. ADVOCATE follows them to Iowa. New Subscriber shining brightly for the benefit of hotel property, and will soon be In lit
| Morgan and P. G. Walton at their I our launches and sailing craft which are Far...... condition for playing.A .
Pretty residence last night a most delicious -Mr. W. Gordon rh of being 'sunk
Brown a prominent now great danger by committee composed of G, O.
collation served for tea. I subscription list Is
being pineapple grower of Hobe Sound who collision with the posts on dark nights. Elwes J. (I. Bast and P. O. Walton,
The occasion was certainly heartily en- has been on a six weeks' visit to his still on the Increase, the following names Work still goes merrllly along at Cln
Joyed. parents In Liverpool and to relatives In of paid subscribers having been added -Tracy Lewis left on Tuesday for clnnatus )Farms and Mr. W. W Russell was appointed to ascertain the cost of a
I tbls week : list S. Thomas Ankona the energetic Is pushing things tennis club outfit etc., and will reportat
; Miami where he has shipped the plantof manager
other of returned his
-Mr. W. W. Russell of Cincinnati parts England the to be held this (Friday)
; Dr. II. Martin, Jacksonville; J. Brown the old Tampa Bay Ice factory. This forward. rapidly. possible. The ties meeting
Farms, who spends! his Sundays with his Indian River home on Monday evening R. B. all laid for the railroad eleven evening. The wives and lady friend of
Holmes nearly
Hypoluxo; Cocoa; G. .I.MlUer. factory which has had rather a check are ;
wife after an absence of three months, six: I ,
and her mother Mrs. Ridlon, at the member invited to become honorary -
Canton-- 0. J. T. small bridges have been built along the are
; McOuire ered and
he unsatisfactory
their weeks of which spent in New York
.!snug and comfortable home In Or- Mims; J. Y. Miller Titusvllle; P. J. chased Forest Lake and remover by route, and the largest and strongest members.A .
">ond and Pltuburg (Par) where he by
tried his hand at fishing on the reportshaving Ii. full attendance of numbers Is
Hall Tltnsvllle J. Rollins Orlando bridge will soon be built over the south
had a enjoyable time. He ; ; him to Miami. We still have a factory,
bridge made very
Monday morning and a L. D. Lockwood of the River. for this evening's) meeting.
catch of five fine trout and a crab. He has returned a little earlier than he anticipated Melbourne; J. M. the Crystal Ice company, which Is doing prong Sebastian
was so that he can attend to the Rogers Daytona' Capt. H. B. Shaw, good and satisfactory work.-St. Petersburg Mr. Russell has been somewhat delay.
much pleased with his catch as he
of the remainder of his Ormond; D. C. Shaw, Jacksonville; J. Times. ed In his work by the non-arrival of the
should shipment pine Be Sure to Head TliU.
considering caught more
fish than, fisherman: apples. While In England the ADVOCATE ; W. Bowen Philadelphia; A. Hhnlaon, Iron for the road, but as lOOn as It arrives -
any other amateur Mr. Brown the Bowling Green O.; Wm. M. )Merwln It will be laid without loss of time. -
fin the kept posted on
bridge that morning. happenings along the East Coast. Milford CODn.; J... T. Stewart, Toledo, A Valuable Offer. For sale or will exchange for desirable -
1'1a. Fine Florida property stock of merchandise ;6'

If You Drink Liquor, For Sale, or will exchange: for desirable consisting of drugs* stationery
W. B. Dawson, Attention, Pineapple Grower! Florida real estate my Interest In four tobacco cigars and case> liquors; situated .
valuable mining properties carrying gold Old pare and mellow corn whiskey, In kew Mexico; will Invoice with ; I
Get It pure from W. B. Dawson, Jacksonville I quote all heart pin for pineapple silver and lead; situated In New Mexico. $2.00 and $>.fiO per gallon.W. fixtures about $4,000; the finest climate

Fla. Jacksonville Fla., state agent for shedding delivered to any point by rail Own t Interest In two, | In one, and B. DAWSOX, Jacksonville.Millinery. for consumptives. Address D. W. B.. F
Bartholomew Rochester bottled beer- between Fort Pierce and Hobe Bound 11-16 in another. For particulars, address care ADVOCATE, Tltvsvllle, Fla..

Bone Wanted. fine tonic- 1.23 per dozen; 10.50 per at $14 per thousand In carload lots: D, B. W., care of ADVOCATEs, TI- 4

barreL __ ______ other points In proportion. Special{ tnsvllle, Fla. !W-: GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AX
Save your hone and send them to the price on lath and lumber In small Iota.
Miss Florence Norwood Titusvllle, ADVT. U..U a Good Advertising Medium
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack.100Yl1Ie Samples of "PsJntofT" may be had G. F. PADDISOW, PURE, old Mount VcrnonRyeat Lesley Fla. Mall orders promptly and efflcl- for those who want to Ineressetheir ,
Fla. Will pay cash for them. at the ADVOCATE office free of charge. Eau Gallle, Fla. Renaker'i, at $3.00 per gallon ently attended to, business \





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t : ,/I/.1.: :? -Democratic- Nominees.Ki yard county : Orange lemon lima CALL, FOtt CPKIMAHY- ELEC-. ..... IIpIMtde! !. the At>jmlatm. War. Florida East Coast Rail

I I.1. grape-fruit citron. obaddock pineapple, '
custard apple, grape, guava poach .TIOX. The particulars of the death of Major way
7 ; f! For Presidential Electors: :
strawberries, banana, loquat, pawpaw Tosalli furnished by the correspondentof FORMERLY THE

""t It. A. UURKOItn, of Marlon county. mango etc. The homeseeker will find Whereas, at meeting of the Demo- La'Tribu..a, as gathered from BorviT-
i J W. S. JKNNINUH( of Hernando. county. that He can live nv r 'eheaply In Brevard cratic County 'Committee of Brevard ors, constitute a very remarkable incident JacKsonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.

I''" I' SYD. I,. CAllTEK, of Alachua county.J. county than In mta)y others, and with county. held" 'pursuant to call at the of hereto dignity. Time Table In Effect Jun. 15th 1806.

r. F. WELBORN, of Orange county. but small exertion can raise nearly every. courthouse at Tltusvllle, on the 7th day Having<< sent on the wounded and those

!::\; For ConpreKH: ad Conffresnional ; thing he wants fur himself and stock of July It was ordered that the chairman who could make their escape, ba turned South Bound. North -=:::
., and enjoy a great many luxuries for and of said committee. do Bound.
: : : ROBERT W. J>A VIS. his face to the enemy, being surrounded
,. r which he would elsewhere have to pay a issue a proper'Call for a primary electionto :No No. No. SIATTONS.No.. .
do without.AN by his personal attendants Negnssie, STATIONS. No31. 37 :lOll 811 :.
1 For ( overnor : high price or be held on Saturday the 15th of August -I 78. 0.3'J.III
nr WILLIAM D. ULOXHAM. next therefore we Thomas Johnson his interpreter; his servant, Lila Marl- Lv Jacksonville... 915 a fllj; . Lv Miami .. .... 1l00"III---Tio--: :!.
; ;
Be 820 Lv monClty. .
am, Uold Gaber, and some others. ArSt. AtiRUHtlne. 10 ai a p 810 a In. I
: ts For J list Ico Supreme Courts ostrich fanning on the East Const chairman and Miner and /: Jones, respectively! was the first to be wounded, and Ne- Lv AnmiHtlne. 10 w a Ft Lauderunle.... .... .B 67 am. I 7 Gaa .,
\' of said committee ;- Llnton. 6 M
4 secretary taItka..H a
Lv K.
,, )U/rON II. }IA UY. should prove a success, and we see no t do hereby give notice that the I I gnssia tried to help him along. giving Ar_ _Halatka_ ---..TTT::......: -11--Ml--a : : W Yissu I Beach; 7 30 a a ui ui 11.11"UJX.I! ;'",

: i For Secretary of State : particular. reason why it should not, various Democratic. precinct committee- him his arm. Tbia attempt proving_a LvPalatka_ .iona .:.:. :. .Lv: : W. Jupiter .... i 8 OB 9W pm': t!: !I

, Ii ,' JOHN L. CRAWFORD. /great credit must be given to Mr. II. J.Tiffln men of- said- onnty are directed- to uol<) faUure, his servants defended him while Ar San Mateo. ... I (HIl' .. [ Jeissan..N.. U4 a a in m II 3"ii"1"
I of MontrealjCanada and Co lute- a election the 15t.h. Lv San Mateo ... 1(1( uu a 40 am' .. 1'1
on Saturday I
;V. I '. For Attorney General :. nay Indian Uiver who Is the first In primary of their ammunition lasted. Finally seeing Lv-Ornmnd.- -... -12-/mi p -. ......-............... Lv HebaHtlanLv .. .... 1113\1'. 3 '
for of
I I'.' k ::' WILLIAM IJ. LAMAR. the. field to make the with fifteen day August-18UI1, the purpose that Major To elli was dead, Negnssie Lv I>..ytonrt... :::: J07p .. .... .. . '.e: ..lUrne..IJ23alll.. ..
attempt selecting democratic candidates. for the shot himself with his revolver. Aim Lv i*ort Iranice.) 1 18 p .. .. .... ...... LvKauUallle. .. ...1133 am I.
I ;j' For Comptroller : I ostriches. ; and it should, moreover, be a following ofKcen in said county to-wit : Lv New Smyrna... 1110 p .. ..... ...... liuuklodge! title .'"
I W. 11. REYNOLDS. very profitable. undertaking. as the valueof One member of the House of Reuresentatlves Mariam followed his example and Uold LvTItuHville..... 2B3 p . .............. Lv CoooaLvTitusvllle..... .... 12 00 p 111.. .
, the. feathers; from a few dollars Gaber stabbed himself. with his dagger. Lv Cocoa... ... .... 331 p .. . ............ ..... .... 1211I11' m .. .
i I i For Treasurer : ranges of the State. of Florida. Lv RockleilRK htlnLvKim ..... I Lv New "yrna... 800' p 111 .. I
'" CLARENCE B. COLLINS to $200: aud $4 60( per pound. It Is County Judge. This account Is given by one of tit <.allie. .... 403 p : : : : :;:;: . .. .Lv Port Orange. 222p m "
I !) I 1 :; estimated that. to food eighty birds 000 Clerk; of the'Circuit Court. regulars who came in with General Ari- Lv 13: p .... ............... Lv llaytonaLv ... ..... :2 s.1: 1'111. I
, ; For of Public Instruction acres of are required and If the Lv ii? p ..... ... ..... ...... \ 45 p m .. '
grass the
1 Supt. :: of the mondi. This chivalrous devotion of
\ 1'ronecuUng Attorney County Lv 06 p .. .... 4111a .......Lv .
1 ii, W. N. SHEATH. grass Is poor, as it is In this state, the Court. native troops to the Italian officers agrees Lv !34' p ..... ... IIIRa ....... Ar B.-III..I.! .:: : _
r amount of nourisliment, must be supplemented Sheriff. Lv 37 p ,........ 681 a ...... )
''t t'I' ::' i For Commissioner of Agriculture: : with shrubs and a little corn' Tax with all that we hear from the colony Lv Malbirne..4. p ......... 807 a ....... Ormond..2. -
: LUCIUS B. WOMBWKLL.JUiVAKI and then. I Assessor. and with what we know .of the general Lv .7 HI p ........ .. ........Ar 50 p in -
i1. I .I : I now Tax Collector. relations of the officers with their Lv ..C 00 p .... .... .II 30 a .. .... r no pjn. _. .
,, r --- -- The ostrich Is the largest/ bird in exIstence County. Treasurer. men Lv 4i p ........1108a ... .... .. 10 p ...!- -
.1. being from six to eight feet in County Superintendent of Schools. aDd explains the stancbness of the battalions Lv ..8 BII p .... ...... .I in/ a ... .... Lv 11 p in... Tnoi!.
) COUNTY'S .M1OS- height a full-grown male weighing from (: during this long and desperate Lv : :20 p .. .... ...... 300) a .... .... Ar Jacksonville.... 63B p IIUII
'ounty' Surveyor. Ar Miami .. .... 10 311 p .... 32.1 a .. .. "- '-
It I'KCTS. 200 to :1100 pounds. The general plumage Three Members of County School battle, only one party of the irregularsand A. .n: W. BRANCH.

''ii4 ( Is a glossy bhvolc in the adult male, Board. none of the regulars attempting to Trains 31, 82, 87, and 78 between Jacksonville NORTH BOUND. _

.' the female and yffung having dark-gray One Justice of the Peace for end retreat until the order was given.- and St. Augustine, dally.
11 j OKU FAVOilKD: COCKTY.Inntir with. a few white feathers. ; the long Justice's District. I Rome Correspondent. Train :208 between !Miami and Fort 1'lerce STATIONS. No 2 Xo.\o .

t favored state every county can plume feathers. offf the tail are white }One Constable) for each Justice's Pis dally except III", ,,lay. Ar.. New Smyrna iilij' II :WI'1:

1I ''I N offer Advantages( to the prospective settler with occasional black marks. The ostriCh -, .'sIc,.. .. All other trains south of St. Augustine dally Lake Helen 12 Slip 4 flopexcept .
F1 In tlie Sunny South. ; second to done is a voracious feeder and has been I Nine County Committeemen.Such -j A.rriDie l'redIm. Sunday :: Oranpre City 12' Slip; S8p< : I
O. Juno :
City 1 / 3 .
iii this respect' > IK Bravard county, wlilchttmbriuM'fl known to swallow pieces of Iron, bricks, primary election shall be held In atlp -
about 8IKH)() square mlle of glass, old shoes -etc.; it Is capable of nccordance with the rules established SOUTH BOUND.

I terl'ltc>ry ,itail through) which run the withstanding a great amount of thirst. therefor. by the said committee and the STATION!*. No 3 No.l NDI!I.Vi;;-
1 ? sir-famed Indian Jlivor with Its superb Should Mr.\ TilHn' experiment prove following precinct committeemen. ate --
Lv New
I mioucry and unrivaled attractions for theH'ortuniaii successful, his lead will no doubt be authorized to. hold and Inspect such! .. Lake Smyrna Holen 2 20111'NIl 930 10 6Ni

', | ami tourist.l' followed by others. and In a few years election in their respective precincts : Lv Orange: City 3 lip II r2st .

c ; : ) j (, ; ....? F lIKBVAItt ostrich farming may be added to the LaoranlCel No..1.-L. K. Myer, U. B. Ar O. City Juno. 80I'()! | 11 Jlla
resourses of South. Florida. .;. A. Carlile.
p Itnrvard county hns a population of Tltusvllle No. 2.-J. R. Walker JohnC. TI OHO Time Table shows the time at which train mav lie expected to arrive and (lvlaafr' ,,,
about. :i,5Xl4: ( ; dticntlunal facilities are OrDER 0001) THINGS JlN HTOKK Foil KKK- the net er vl I Htatlnns, but their arrival or departure at the times stated l Is nut icunrnntwd. nord Jones and J. F. Renaker. '
ulTuulod! by 4.(> sellouts, Hiul churches oft the Co apany hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising therefonii.
>VAK) OUNTY.'Ve riltu___" 1-><_tln....*.:.. .V/. _. .:.>.._._I.. _n.. _IFntfuf_____. T_. n.A # J. K. A )ROTT. JOSEPH
I iieiioinintvuoii\ Aro ItlCHARUSON
ttvery juunu in every also have other Robinson and B. K. Beal.Rockledge w21 ,e-rrealdesn.
u'uel some good thingsIn i tien'l Passenger AII.nt.
town Kiittltimeut or within
:: Ii! I.I roach. .easy store for Brevard county-notably the No.J.. 1\\[. Brown S. S. ;
i I draining and Improvement of an immense Jones and J. M. Sanders.

c I. Till: ooosrrr HKA.T. body of Il ,(OOO acres of land near Eau Oiillle, No. 6.-J. T. Snell, W. R

'I TKiiBville; Die county Hunt, Is a :plotur Sebastian. The proprietor of the ADVOOATK Roesch and J. E. M. Hodgson. The Tropical Trunk Line.

Hiurx, live towu, wituateil at the : has been in communication with Melbourne\ No. 0.-S. F. Uibb, C. T.

: 'j nui'tlioi'ii owl <..1 Uio county, oontnlnin! aI' Mr. Russell, and notes that the work of McBride: and_1>1._O. Kill*. __ ., -
strongly Uutlt Jail/ dine nchool house, reclaiming the Russell tract of muck Malabar No. 7.-L>. Jj;. Miller uh! E. U.
I' I. 1 cimrt. hOIlMu. live white cliurcbea anil land, known as the Clncinnatus Farms Arnold and Arthur Saegerstrom. "She's to let me know"at the end of Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway

j f two oolonxl, et.(:. It ban nn excellent will commence as soon as the ten miles Sebastian, No. 8.-J. A. Groves, II. B. a week if she accepts me.
: : flcctrle light pliiut, Holld bauklng initl of railroad from Sebastian to its centreIs Howard and G. B. Hall. "It must be a terrible suspense. JOSEPH I-I. DURKEE Receiver.

f, tutiou, au tee factory, a fibre factory in completed. Tho development of this Fort Pierce No. 1)).-J. S. Bell, R. L. Rather 1 I don't know whether to SOUTH -=
running orilur tWit weekly vast will do Brown and Vi. J. Tucker. break off other NORTH _
.J ; newgpapei'H country more for the prosperity my engagements or not. No. N'E9NTh1." TIme T..bleln Effect Apr. IS, 00.
I the I.VKIA.V HIVKU ADVUCATU: and/i'lor- of Brevard county and the development Eden No. 10.-J. II. LeTournean, WI.F. -Life. No.23 r.U. a2. No. 78.Xu..
I :::::::: Local 000 p 'iiiioa loY..... ...JACJ lila / nil and 00 a DI 4 OG 1,011..1
& j Star homo-print H-pngo papers: of Sebastian than anything that Richards J. L. Jensen; ..... .. MIxed( 8871'' 027a. ..... .. ..OraIlKe 1'11I
I4 wliicli give the now of the Est (> ast has Iyet been projected. It Is believed Fort Drum No. 11.-J. M. Swain, II. Tb. Biggest Game."What' ... loW'y 8..71' OMa .......... .. ,"" a aDl in 3BII'1U 33111.11I l T1IC1ILI1 lied
ij north of Ormouil, In Vuluula county, to this section will .soon be the busiest L. Parker and H. A. Holmes. ........ and Fri 10 II P 01l3a... ... ... { Park..T. 40 a in BI3p m Th"rod',
I 'I' ia the biggest in ... .. . .. wisp 01l7a. ....Green Cove
r Miami, In Houtli D.ide.; Both of those point this side of Biscayne Bay, and Narrows No. 12.-J. .J. Roberts F. C. game you ..... ... 809pm .084
?" .. ... .... .... . .. ..... ....
I 4 nuwH|>apvrH liiivo tliulr. oAlocii In .oUd l In two years the drainage, of the Clncinnatus PoppeR and W N. Jones.. country inquired the English tourist' ..... ... 10 Via 112111' 1041iR.. .... .. .. 30 a iii 2221'11I. 3..
; f brick l uildinii.( ltd .holl lunulg. flue Farms will have been completedand Georgiana, No. l.'l.: -W. D. Owen A. with the gnu on his shoulder. ...... 11 2-&a 11112 I' 11 I lIa. ... 110 a III 191'1II!! 21>$p p.t

I : !/ brick !buHlnuHH kluckH ant haD
I I.. S private rcxiilenceit, coupled with Its pr JIfl' :- commenced. These are said to be the Merritt, No. 14.-J. J. LaRoche, M. S. lank American who was sitting on the ... 12/11111/ 123'/a 111\.1R.. ....... ....Palatka..5 :23 am I 1191'11I all.. III 1 Mpa!
I i unity to the river ami rtatf llnhlntf and, only muck lands of any extent north of Sams and J. R. BDot. Fence and whittling a stick.-Chicago .... .... 2 all p 113a 12:1: I>... ....... ) .4 27 a m 1247alll 1123.12lpm.
i t ,t .... .... 8:10: I' 120a 12 3' ............. ( .
make I' 19 1241
I', I hunting/ faclIltlcH It one of the at- Lake Worth. They aw' the best soils Ilaulover, No. 15.-C. II. Naumau J. Tribune.A .... 4 INI I' J 48 a 12 "lip.. .... ...... ... .3 os a a In in 12:141: alii a III III 1016.45&a.
: tnlctlve towiiM jtf tho 8tato._ for the. cultivation of smrar. rice and W Grlffis and Henry Futch. .. .... 420
nn 07p I .... .,
...... .... .... .. .... I 1210alll.
,besides ; Canaveral No. 1(1.( : Geo. ........ 12 10 Arl. (
tobacco being splendidly adap Quarternian, 101 01 .., .
? PIIKTTY TOWN AI.OVO THK 1IAJII:" .OF ted. for truck farming. II. Wilson And N. N. Ponny. Chance to Make Money. .... .. .p..I. .. 2I\p\ .....1. .. .Enterr.rlMe ....... .. io p a in.... '
. ,... .... .
!f 1 :IIII' Ar .........TITI'LaVILLE. ....... 10 .
4 \ l.NOIAX: JIIVLCU.I Spruce Bluff, No. 17.-Madison Bridges . ... ........ ..... .. 22111' ... .... . .1'1111&.... .... ..... .Ar.1. .a a ii III .
;. I I} 1'retty tow 1111 anil ttettlc-iiients line both TUB FI.KMINO BBANT.. E. L. Winter and J. H. Winter. I have berries and .... .... .. .... ...... :'I hip.... ..... !lornmto............ .
I the east anil went Mlioren <>f the river the It may also be mentioned that that Ankona, No. 18.-John Wailer T. A. grapes; peaches, a . .. .. . ....... 83111' .. ... ......1'lt. .. 4.' a i, .
year old, fresh as when picked. I use ...... .., .... .. .. .. 3 StOp...... ... .. 30) ...
:: < s principal towns l helll.leK l Tltusvlllo (the (diamond-shaped[ tract of land known ns Tauman and II. S. Thomas. he. CllIfol'DlICold do not heat .... .... 1120 p. 23/1/ -1201' Ar.... ..... .. M alii.. 9111.3:111
process a III a.
: i uiMinty neat) being. ; Cocoa, Kiux Gallio, the Fleming Grant ,that appears blankon Mioco\ No. If).-C. A. Smith, R. T. Heal the fruit It ...... .. . . : a 2171' ...... 10lii .
\ '!, Melbourne und Kurt 1'iorce the latter the Florida East Coast Smith and Chas. Worntng. or just put up cold; ...... . .. ... 8..2 a 22111'. .. ..... 00 a ci ..
/ Railway maps, keeps perfectly fl'ellh. aud costs almost ........ ... ..... 3M a 2 "liP .. .. .
f 1"'r iMiiiiR one of the. chief centres. of theJUhlnK and which lies between the Russell tract Banyan, No. 20.-P. A. McMillan, E. nothing; can put up a bushel in ten .. .... ..... 4311a 31 p .....KIM m a ci, .
cc //it. / Industry along! /; tho, rlvor. The (Clncinnatus Farms) ,and which pointsat R. Provost and! It. B. Stewart. minutes. Last week I sold directions to ...... .... .... 11211 a 4 l.Ip: ......... ,.. III ,
h4;)I 1, climate of Urovard douR! not differ materially I tho confluence of the Sebastian and White City, No. 21.-J. F. Bell, Jolin ........ .." . 627a 44111' .. .. .
over 120 families; any one will pay a dollar ...... .... .... t7211a 11"1' ... .. .
.11. from that of any other part. ofJ Indian Rivers, embracing about 20.000 Orrell and C. Chrlstlanson.Woodlcy for directions, when they. see the .. .. .. ... .... .... 10..ol> ....... 05 at''a in .
p. South Florida, with the exception that acres, will soon be placud on the market, No. 22.-.I. T. Gray. J. T.Stewartand beautiful samples of fruit. As there are .... .. -800a .lila. Ar. ... ... .. .... ..... ...... SOlI a alii.III
noinowliat II. T. GIITord. . . .. ..I 8111a U 1111'. ...... .TalU } .
'I our Hiimmoin uru cooler by making another new enterprise for Brevard Play Hotel 7..0am.)

I of many people pooi'like myself, I consider .. ... "' ... ....I Sll3 a 641\1' Ar. ..... ... Fort TampR. .. .. .Lv..t. 7 Ilia II> ....
J'. ruiiHou a delightfully cool, fresh county besides the" Clncinnatus This July Oth, ISOll.MIKOK It my duty to give my experience to ..... !llonRlul. Thire 113hll.v.) ....... ,J'ortTn.IIIla.) ...... ) aid SItu.
4 breeze from the southeast, which pl'ei Farms scheme to attract settlers to this. .TIIOH. such and feel confident one .... .. ..1''" Friday. 3 tSp Ar...... ..Key'VeRt..... .. 811I1 lint.
S. can
.1. : 11 i' vaiU through' all the. Hummer months. section of Florida. JONKS JOHNSON lake one or two. hundred dollars any around .. .. .. We.1 and' 8at. IIIIIIR Ar. . . ... ..HavauR.. ... . an.1at..

i '1"0, and which fitting about I) II. in., continiiHH The title to the Fleming Grant has Secretary. Chairman. home In a few days. I will mall sample a
Dally t Dnily except:
i from the Atlantic all been in for Sunday.
k ocean day dispute many years which of fruit anti complete directions to .
( nut! l U initially followed by a light land fact. has militated against its development of readers for eighteen two-cent any Trains 23:* a'Ul 78-Through r Hman Buffet Sleeping Cars between New York BIII! 1W''
; 'r .1 breeze at night.OUIl but the owners of this. vast territory Tobacco users will find, In another your Tampa dlllly.!
; which is the actual
only cost of
: ))1 have settled matters with the column, an Item of decided Interest to ,.Jrln,23'I leaving; JaekaollvlllR' dully at 8:00: a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 11 ::43. Oainmvlll
TftANHI'OHTATIO.V: FACIL1TIKM.Trauuportatlon the etc. to 1 2:" ocalaltfff.I
J samples, postage, me. : IxjUHlmrtf 3H:: Brooksvllla (fI i:Oil p. ii,. Train leaving .Jacksonville at 11:011: ) P. m
:: l' .IcUitIoM!! I In llrevnrd contestants satisfactorily, strengthening them headed "Don't Stop Tobacco." FRANCIS CASEY St. Louis Mo. irrlves, at Oakland 8:12: a. m., Lanooohee 1(1:49( : m., Tarpon Springs a:30: p. m., Clearwater 4 33 f.
\ .. their title beyond further dispute, aid! I ui., Nt;. Petersburg (3:.j(1 l I'. m., ilally except Sunday.
; Il I' If lire RJlorUen IIY IOlle .r.lorlUa r.IUOIIS". Trains 21 anti ai, through Pullman
sleeiilnn' between
cars Jack and
have In the onvllie Tamna.
proceeded Improvementand ..
1::' rl .I lull way, which runs the entire length of --- W. H. COFFIN,
development of tho O. I). ACKERLY
I; the and branch of the. property.It General
county a J., T. A Is Impossible for the Superintendent. General *uIIKer AiI8nt
K. 'V. system running from Tltunvilleto prospective
:.M to J JaclcHonvllle and also to ::Sanford at settler to gain any correct idea of the
1 VI 1 whloli placo it connects with the Plant beauties and possibilities within his HARRY MASON & CO

Hyutem. The building of a railway In grasp by merely reading a small sketch !The &
4, also| In contemplation from Tltunvllle to such as the above. If he Is bent on settling.In Central peninsular Railroad
Florida let him
come and see for
itl .
the Atl.intlo
Canaveral on coast where
1' himself what the Is like Jobbers In Fine Imported
I there IM a line natural harbor which Is country and we H. MASON A COW !
) iloHtlnod. In time, to become n point of will be content. to let Brovard stand on Short Line between Florida and all Northern 1'0111t8.
Its own merits well knowing that Hay Street
1 ,1) .considerable Importance. though It may be equalled by a few JACKSONVILLE Liquors and Cigars High!I Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

4.i" THK OUTLOOK FOR OUR FAR IIU111 AND other localities It can be excelled by Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington Baltimore -

: KiiuiT-onowKim.: none. .
r, :J The outlook for the \-cannot: do better than close this Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.
range pineapple Grade Whiskies Etc.
,j ami vegetable. growers (those ( throe slight yard outline. offers of the to Intending inducements settlers Bre '"':. Everett Macon\ Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville Cincinnatiand
county Chicago.
of the chief Industries of Hrovard
i county
J1. I j ) JH very bright. Many\ groves were than with an excerpt from a description -.w:.: .5.-- Birmingham, Holly Springs Memphis Little Rock Kansas City 8t

.f practically unhurt by the freeze, and a of tho county by the lion. II. S. Will- WhUklen-Imported and Dnmeatio Southern BoliO!. n..ckan.IUy... .. .. .....from ,1JSO) per !italBraiulleii I LoutaThlcn Sioux| City. ,
1 II\mR. of Rockfedge, published some -UoineHtle, apple, peach, \blackberry, and peach and honey. . . ..from $1.51) |Ier teal River
iJ large number of oranges have been who : "Its unrivalled HlnH-Uoliand. Old Tom etc............ .. ..... .. . ... . .... . .lrom.I.IIOI..rlal JyjcV.on, Pensacola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico CallfornUand
t shipped from them-especially from I years ago says Hum ... ... ..... .. . ..... .. .. ..... .. .. ...... ... ... ..... .... ...., .. ...lrOln.I.IIIII.ergal: the Ho Coast: effective April 1O, 1HSHS.
water faculties, its peculiar and roman- Wine Port, . . .. ... .. .. ..
4 I MerrlUa Island and the neighborhood of *- Catawba. Muscatel Claret, eto., front SI 1.00 I..r Kal _ _ _
Canaveral and of those tlo scenery Its superb fishing, hunting Olarou- SherrYI a. ... ...... .. ........ .. ... . .... ...... .... .. from a.i.2.1 per miss New York Express No. 88 leave Jk'"'
tliOHO; that have that been were damaged and yachting, Its unexcelled fruits Its /llnttleil Kuer. ..... ......... ..... .. ... .... ..... . .lroua.t.aOI'erdoa.) .IL&P?* Lve-a .(.P-A a, vllle7:30: a. m., dally with ThroiiKli! ) tiiiiitH:::'
properly T All other Fine Brands ,. Bleepera for Savannah. Columbia Washlnift'.
cl\recl (loliglitfulelimate and its clean bill of fT at equally Low Prices. 0 a. ali
: 1
for will be In Baltimore York
soon bearing again Philadelphia. New
4 having made an extraordinarily rapidI health. all combine to make It the Meccaof Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes when so requested, without extra .4. 0 points. Connect for Kenianilli::: *

I the and the tourist, whether ho comes for cost. Money refunded for "empties" when roturned. Express Company will 4 5sll r.a Arrives .Jacksonville 0:00: p. m.

I I growth of tile )past frost-bitten year, trees a largo have number putout health. or for pleasure." And the ADVO- not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. CI C. GON .: New York Fart Mall No. :M. '"*?

; '' I considerable bloom. The CATK would add, the homeseeker can Send for Price List, or call upon MASON &; CO., .a s* Apol, Jacksonville 8:60 p. m. daily for Mum" """H
4\\0 ''I. crop next season will almost pineapple If not find no more .desirable place to make his ;tl() 307, 300) 311, WI. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 'I --I ern point and for I'eruanJlna. Arrive J-.k.
.4 %
,. home than In Brevard county, on the .41 onvlllelO:29a..
flulte. roach its usual dimensions and
t a 5. 1
J// banks of the famous and well-known 1 ,
; : ,
vastly Increased is ,
acreage being planted w.
". I I! I''I _In that succulent and much-Hought-for Indian River. Labor Saving I Economical I Incombustible! I IPAINTOFF. 6'aL tZr5tt Country Only Lino' mt Middle Through Florida the B PenMcnta aatlfnl Hilt""*
u .
.wit hII .n.. Kxiainblu hey. Leave Jurksonvllle 9M: 1.
l : 1 Aa.4 for MontlTallahaasee ''110.
Lake Live ,
City Oak Madlaou
f TUB: FAMOUS INDIAN 1UVKK (iItANOIC.p !:. It Is your duty as well as privilege to G$ 5. 0 River.Junction, Pensoonla. M"11; .

The Indian River oranges are an far look young as long as you can. One ._4o CkSONVll.j :New (),lean,*. and the southwent Mexlro.! <..*..".
I superior to any others grown In the way to do so Is by dressing your hair a.A..sesa. Arrive forniaaiul the 1-iM-irto Coaat. Carrie SIIOII l

;1 tate as the ordinary Florida orange is with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It causes the GULP Jacksonville T::08 a. m.

: to tho imported article, and they always hair to retain Its color and fullness to a CIa5 ,
command a fancy prlco in the northern late period of life, and keeps the scalp In (Patented In America and Europe.) 55y5op e .5.

I markets. The hammock land of Bre- good, )healthy condition. Leaves Jack na"lUe 9:Ml a. m. for Starke, Sthurie. '*;

yard are unexcelled for the raining of Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces .r : o Key %. Silver, 14).rlnlt) Ocala tmrir, (T.n..J:1 OamesvUli: *IMl't"'r;' "'

oranges and vetfetables; Indeed, they are Ice Cream Aliule by n New _, M Orlando, Lacoochee, Dade an; tltjr
is MO fertile that an orange grove can be l* ;: ,. Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3:4S: p.m.
brought Into bearing and will in many rucCliH. lp

oases, bring la desirable sum be/ore Chemically, Instead of Burning Off.PAINTOFF" 'd '

i the use at any fertilizer Is necessary. I have an Ice cream freexer that will 'V.IW *" d.** .4 Cincinnati and Florida Limit.*!. Leave'Juk.hilts

% orimi: INDUSTRIES: or IIBBVABU freeze cream Instantly. The cream Is I I. a reiclntoml trade name of a new dlncovery In chemistry and U protected FLORIDA CMHUL _5 little onvllleS over:Mp.Lit hours m. Cincinnati via MactIc."
l put Into the freezer and omea out Instantly by latter ,patent of the United State. Canada. flied Britain anil other countries.( It U the moultof 1- ..* t1\ Atlanta Chattanooga. Connect ,or.,":*?"and"',
COUNTY. smooth and perfectly frozen. iiatlent rennarvb and .:o.rlm"nlwltb: the purpose In view of finding a cheap, simple and active .. Nlesl Louisville Chicago and all point nortli
_ Thin astonishes. aud crowd .nlventof old paint and varnish thaI would supplant the old method of burning and scraping off fCMIMULM .... west Arrive Jacksonville e:3: O .. m.
Besides the orange, pineapple and people a will the same. Mt e........*.
? vegetable Industries the ttah, oysters gather sea the freezer I 111 operation and --
Gilmore A Son Painters and Decorators Jacksonville Fix write: "We have -
; ,
l and turtle business makes they. will all want to try the cream. You
; no small addition 14ff
/gIven Palntoft a trial and can say that In 45 experience as a painter It Is the : Q. CWrCTilcaijo.
years .
sell fast ; Holly Spring Route. 81. Louts. Kna
to the aesourses of tile can cream as as can made .. -- ;
county es-s-a .
; best In the market. -_ _ / -
paint remover
_, Leave JacksonvilleJM: p. .
and sell freezers to who would ___
L 1 and fruits of almost every kind, eiipeclal- many not __. Maoon Atlanta Holly SprtDR
old style freezer. It Is C. E. Boyle House Painter etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having )had experience Memphis. !lJ'rinlt1'lehl.' Enaas Birmingham I
1 L T the banana and guava, can be grown buy an really a City, 8e. Louis. Cbicago. SIoux "
cbng* tii KADIIa& Nty. Through Sleeners :::r:
I to perfection. Sugar/ cane Is another curiosity and you can sell from *3 to |3 as a practical painter for 25 ;years, take great pleasure In Indorsing *Jacksonville, 5::35 City a. m.and **"""'Ma only one change to Chicago and Sioux fclty.: : .
l profitable crop and the great Interest worth of cream aud from six to twelve Paintoff, and cheerfully recommend It to the public In general." CsIN' ... .- ': rool*
Locai **
4 sjLtcli I la being shown In the culture of freezers every day. This makes a good \v. Lansdell, of J Hall, Illldttoh A: Co., General House Painters Jacksonville, 9:10 Dine: P.P. M.- foTTu'lluuiiieS10 ConnectIon Interyop.jja for polau Branawlck.. Arrive Shortest JacksovtllU, and 2tI quickest: : p. ..

I >acco will no doubt add another; and, profit these hard times and is a pleasant Fla., writes "Having given Paintoff a thorough trial pronounce it to be a For Maeoii.:; Atkuita'two Train.Intermediate! poln.' i"ulbj>an 115011.. Arrive JackaonvifieiJ1"wM.W -*'
gi Lu. hope a paying crop to an already' employment. J. F. Casey A Co., 114:1: perfect I\lecess. and to be all you claim for it." !! from Tampa I..r Dally.Mraltlete-...". vv> _"aiiv .::10 a. UI. and 1I50:! p. m.
;zi mag list.UMK St. Charles street, St. Louts Mo., will l-ullman m..]wr* o'a all :N Ilfbl TraIn. and Manatee River polata _
;::ISend for Circulars and Testimonial to
c send full particular and information in rrSenit for Best Indexed
: FHUITlt THAT ABK GHOWX:< IKJ1REVAUD. this Invention Town.hlp Map of Florida. to
regard new on application South-Eastern States Paintoff Company N. S. PEXNIXGTOX
f and will employ good! salesmen on A. Q MAcDONELL,

: The following fruits are grown la DroI alary. .St. Augustine Fla. Traffic Manager. General Passenger Ag* -

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- professional Cards.: CALL FOR A REPUBLICAN Notice. 1 I

M. ROBBUH. In the Circuit Court in and for Hrevnrd SuccessfulJ
& ,
MKLHOUUMC, 'LA., July 14, 'Iltl.) County; Kloriil.i.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, A call Is hereby Issued for a Republican Aaron A. lol3rauw.OIhhIlLIit5flt.-IN. ClIAM'KllY: J PLANT growers of fruits, berries

County Convention to be held In .
ICE IIO\1Rs-From 10 to 12 I\. m., the town of Melbourne, at Stewart's (vs.! and all kinds of vegetables,

-:::::: and 2 to 4 p. m. Hall, on August loth, ISHI! at S o'clock SUMMER TOURIST nA'l') 8 Minor 8.. """", ... n nlnlstrator' with trot
UTPSVII.I.B, Brevard Co., Florida. p. m., to nominate a full county ticket, ....IU.n..x..I.. nf the nu. best
lIoxIOS. members of the Legislature and Senate, tate of t'hnrliw. 'I'Iteo11(11( tit Kurwl"... SYSTEM. quality arc produced by

1\:, ill practice In all the courts-.-state and fed and transact such other business as may To East Const OcvaiiCnmmviKiinir nl'lOk.t ilmlnlHtrstor ore Verlieke do anil ImnUon .ait "M..rt|!..Ke. the liberal use of fertilizers

- .Lclal, facilitlei for examining and perfectKnd come before the convention. Delegatesto May I. title I I. and rimttmittiK Until uiiou% thu estate i>fuhnlireru.of at least of I
:; containing 10%
tl tlua.rLLEH. the county convention will bo selected 'l, law; round-trip UrkeM ,..11II... nolilo Itrcvard
I In the usual manner-by primary In each St. Augustine; Orinnml l>a>tntui am! Now county, "KlnrlilH nnd,
linyrna at ratS shown below; tickets to be tiara|. Margamtir.
precinct, called by the Republican precinct Imlteil to UiiUilier 31 ixwi.I Tlvkut for rlilMrenwtwotm boko. Ufrendiuitn.T J M'IU'OY"II.I.It'I.A.) ., July 15, 'IMI.\( Actual Potash. l
& KENNARD, committee-or in case there is no \ live ami twelve{ years of age, will be Clnra Mnrgunit Vvrlwke. i

precinct committee In any precinct, the old at one-half thtme rare" earh ron tobe appearing by rliu anidn\lt of n. I. 4Iaulatanattorney Messrs. B. II. Hopkins, \

ARCHITECTS. delegates may be elected at a mass meet- t'oiuliu'tors marked. or painelnut will null\ "H.from nivaKont/: ,stations IT for| Illttd in tins cum>, )VI'IIIM.\ : Ant.) I.. A N. I Without the liberal use of Pot?
lug or primary called by any throe from stations. where rates are not sliown, conductors thnt th..l"rt>l"llfllt.l'hraIlfrj"t: VerlwKe It. L. Todd, Dlv. PUSH.' Agt.
ast; Coast business will have prompt Republicans of said precinct.The will use. rates from station next preceding out reniiles tho without linluxl Utatcii thu tlt..le..r, anil that KlorlVln Him: WHlilns and wlth-In Plant :System. J I IJackBonvlllo ash on sandy soils, it is impossible

ntlon.IAMPA. chairman and secretary of such i Kniclnnil at some plncu' unknown to nnliint and \ Flo. to fruits berries and
primary or shall forward hat hove Is no person lu tho' State of FlorMit grow ,
FLORIDA. mass-meeting a {l 0 the service of a Hiil>|i certified list of vegetables a
delegates elected to the ilnd the aalil, ilcfiMidiint ('''n... Margaret Vermke quality
secretary of this committee three days TO 0 [ _Of ; ) and tluttsiilil iundnnt Is. ovt'r the ago/: beg to advise you that we, the transportation command the best
I previous to the meeting\ of the "3 :! 0 tII of twenty-one y..Hrt.. prices.
IriXOR S. JONES, I convention. Credentials !; Po .s It l* therefore onlcrod tlutt the saul dofenilnnt committno of Jncksonvllle Our o>pamphlet .r. not ..lverll.Iny circular bone*.
of the dele
51 Clara Margaret' Vvrlxike, ilo appear t the log .p clsl fartillMrs, hut irs practical( work, contain
gates must be signed by the chairman FROM 1 g. i (Murk's oltlro at TitiiHvllIti Jlre\unl county, Division No. 2, Uniform Hank K. of P., log Ut..t re..arche. on lh. uujoct of rartilliatliin.. and
ATTORNETATLAYV.JrUSVILLE and secretary of the primary or mass- !' .J.Jacksoavllla..2 Florida, to annwor, ,'", nllr..r plend to the r 1)0 1It6: 11110 tit68t. : ,, ..Kald or before the 7th day ofippteinbei after a thorough Investigation of the Ihs .iking.
BREVARD CO., FLA meeting at which they were elected. AUj.the .. .... .. 4 411 8 70 4 45llaMtitIgS / !' ,A. U IHmi.' And It I* further unleredhat GERMAN KAU WORKS.
The different precincts are entitled to .... 30 55 NtICinat this notice Ivo piilillHhud In the INDIAMtivKH various routes to the Biennial Mooting SJ Nausu St., Now Yixk.
of Brevard the following representation : 1aIatk* :::: :: ::: to : 20 9 ::: : 311o ADVIK-ATR. a nuwrpnper piiMlHhod. the
County Judge County.L. Precinct"tka.......... .. 2 : 2 M 3 all aid county, onre each week for eight COIIHOOUive of !Supreme Lodge K. of P., at Cleveland -
No. 1, LaGrange, 2 RanJU"teo.... ......... $' 2211 211I1 3l11: weeks.
:2, Titusvllle, 4 I-.I'llnola.... . ... 31) 1 11I4tI 2 IIII WltnesH the nnn.'ohn I>. ItnMiinx, Jndgo of Ohio, have decided that on account The Largest and ] Most Complete !
3, Point 2 sa/ 611 11II 11111 the ....Iol..nrt. nt the court hoime at Tltnsvlllo,
OAULDEX, City I 25 .... 11I1 t 10 lorlda, thin the 2ml tI..y..f July, A U 1K1NI)I. of superior advantages: and schedules lu Establishment South.
4, Rockledge, 3 .o/ .. .. 40 11-' A. A. STg
,. :B, Ban Gallle, 3 70 40 ...... 711 [ ouch direction, to name us our Ottloial
ATTORNTET-AT-LAW, .. 4' 0 I 4 )5 711 40 tlCl) Clerk of wild Court. SON
Melbourne GEO S. HACKER &
'ill practice In all the Courts of tile State I" 811 $141 40 ul.langZl: 11) C. U. Stewart U. C. Route the following: Plant System to :
7 Malabar 2.!
f'lnrliU. and the United Status Courts. : 25/ t (8)' 711. ....

'.O. Box,235. TITUSVILLK, FLA. "" "" 8 II,, !!St.Sebastian Lucia, :2 3 :: :::; :. :31)$) & :: t : 50 S.tOUl1l"r! ( o to All.I Montgomery, Louisville\ Nashville H'y

Money to Loan. 18 .. .4 : 2 311 2 till I 811 to Cincinnati, and Pennsylvania IVy to
10 3
Eden 3))) 2 40 :2 III .110
a' .a 11, Fort Drum, 1 Nt 1111 IMI .. .. .. read In the Christian Standard that Cleveland. As to date of departure we I
'a 12, Narrows, 2 .I 11111 t 10 M Mlas A. 1\[. Fritz, Station A, St. Louis\ ,
) FREEMAN HALL, a' .a 13, Oeorglana 2 IHI I IMI$ 1 $5 75te Mo., would give nn elegant plated hook will\ advise you later, and wo earnestly
l"avarttn..2. / I 1411) I 111I
'a a 14, Merrltts, 2 11) 2 84) 2 till I ao spoon to anyone sending her ten 2-cont; hope that all other Divisions throughout -
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. a' 15, Canaveral, 1 no 211I122/1/ 111I1) ) stamps. I sent for one and found it BO J.

'a .. 1(1, llaulover, 1 .4 IS) 21111 1/1/ :21H1 I 411 t ISOa is225 useful that I showed It to my friends, the State will join us at Jackson-
AGENT. a' 17, !Spruce Bluff 1 / / 8 till :25845 and made $13 In two hours, taking or- villa and proceed a body. We desire
"., a' aa 18, Ankona, 2 / 320 2411! ders for the poou. The hook spoon Is n,
,." hltusvllle, Florida. a' aa III, Mlcco, 2 .5 III II 711 311I1) 2711 household necessity. It cannot slip Into: to go Into Cleveland on n Solid Pythian !)
70 4341 4 1111 II 311
train. .
20, Banyan, 1 50 4/111/ 421II M the dish or cooking vessel being held In L .
Ilieproftentlng the best and strongest a. 21, White City, 1 .7 III 4 1111 4 71) II 1)43 the place by a hook ou d0 buck. The Yours very truly, -
T>mpanles; are prepared to write lines VVoodley, 1 IllS II IItI II 2/1/ 4 IItI spoon Is something housekeepers have Signed : -aJlfanufacfurer8 --
.5 1111II 111111() 400
b to amount the .
any anywhere on Eaat
needed since first In.
ever were 1
JAS. T. Iloan, R. W. GOODE, 6 111I II tltl II 1111 spoons Gno. B. Ashcraft of
181. ( 15 6 70 II 411 II 71) vented. Anyone can get a sample spoon I
Secretary. Chairman. Fort Fierce........... 1030 6 811 6 1111I) / 141I by sending ten 2-cont stamps to Miss! I James Saunders,
North Ankona......... 1011II 7111 61H1) 6111Ankona. J. II. Plnous. :
............ .... 1011II 72 71MI( 821E'I.u. / Fritz. This Is a splendid way to make S T. II.' Bogus Doors Sash Blinds 1
CA\"YIC DAY, DAOK COUNTY.W. : "Have tried others, but like Ayer's ............. .. .... 101M' 7 1\11\ 7 211 6 JIB money around home. ,
EWAN best" Is the statement made and Jeneen........ ..... 110/1/ 7611 7 III 611II Very truly JKANNKTTE P. Committee. \
over Stuart........ ....... 1217M 711II 610Allcl. .
and Material.
U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary over again by those who testify to the .................... 1M 810 7811 Tin Moulding Building '.1
benefit derived from the use of Ayer's flotijea. .. ........ .... 1110 II 40 IIl 740
Public State at Large. Disease had Hobo iIoun.I........... 1205/ II 110 ...... T 440WeutJuplter. Office and Wareroom, King Opposite I
Sarsaparilla. never a greater
..... II
1235 15 ( 7
|Lands Selected; Conveyances made. enemy than this powerful blood puri Weatialm Beach.:::: 1321) : 75 : (: : : rrIIIS : I

orrespondence sollol ted. Address: fier. It makes the weak strong.D1se0vsr7 Lantana.......... .... III Ito 10 20 8 1\1I 9 2oBoynton. Cannon StreetsCharleston "h:
ii Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove .. ......... ...... 13 M 1040 10 III 940Lloton ''f
,- ......... ....... 1410 lOIS/ .1044) 91113Progroaco. I
,1'd Office, Ewau's Landing. of Mew Titian. .... ........ Iii 20 1\ till II 411 loBS S. C.
Fort LaauIertLal..... 111311 11 111 II //III In 75Hiacayno .
:''r A puritanical policeman at Bern has .. ... ........... IS11 ti 70 12 411 n 70 Woven Wire Cot
, rendered&service to posterity. In a secondhand l..monClty. 163/1 12110 1211II 1\\10
'EORGE W. ALLEN, MImi.... ....... ... 16 '30 13 10 12 11II 12 InJ08ErH Sash Weights Cord and I
e I furniture shop in one of those :

. medieval and mysterious arcaded RICTTARDSON

I I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, streets that slope toward the Aarbrnoke General Iss. Aj1ent.; $1.49. Hardware

I the gendarme observed an obscure canvas .

I I |$y West, Florida. and through the crust of dirt and Personal. Window and Fancy Glass

I [Will practice In the United States moke which had gathered on it be was 4

lid i State Courts. OjunOS: just able to make out that it was a nude. FJIEK-04-page medical reference bookto ASPECIALTY.Agent j

"A pagan I am sorry to say" as Mr. any person afflicted with any special, \

Peokralff onoe remarked. It; was a recumbent chronic or delicate disease peculiar to \I

LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, woman's figure. Her head their sex. Address the lending: pliysl Sand Nets for "Quick M al" Gasoline Stoves. J I
\ clans and surgeons of the United States, Fly
rested on her right arm, and above her
Dr. Hathaway & Co., Old No. 85 !St.
. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAVV hovered a Cupid. Venus and Cupid Charles St., New Orleans, La., Masonic

JACKSONVILLE: AND TAVAUES FLA. were at once impounded by the serious Temple.The. WILLIAM CLARK, Agt ]

minded gendarme with the remark that
Will continue to practice In the courts
the state did not allow frau to age. &
the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All Walton Rapid Calking Machine,
without in the
\iwinoss before the United States and be exhibited clothing Nor. one, $3; No. two, (10; No. three, *1JTltusville Roofing and Shoot Iron Work. )'
tate Circuit Courts will receive the open &treeLThe JFla. *
_ _
orsonal attention of Mr. Alex St. frau person attracted attention. a 1'umps, I'lplng and Drain Pipe, Oath I

'lalr-Abrams. She was visited by the director*of the
Tubs Water Closets and Wash Stand !
Mauler's Sale. '
Knnstmuseum and was bought for 60 ,

francs by a Mr. Otto Keller. Then the ....Electric Bells.... .,1
LKX NEAl ERNEST TAYLOR. goddess followed exactly the course of DER soil by virtue of a decree. of foreclosure "

NEAR & TAYLOR action adopted by the real and original UJN for and Urovard sale. Issuing county.out In of a cause the CircuitCourt therein F. A. Pellerin & Co No. an Kor.yth Street /

, Venus centuries ago-she went to Paristo pending. wherein Hunan Kltchlng, spinster Jacksonville, Florida.
I. complainant,and Charles O. Hlyth aud Mary
(Successors to John McAllister.) establish her reputation. At Paris Nancy Hlyth his wife are defendants: I will
. "cleansed from the Inornsting dirt sell at public outcry, In front of the court house
, Artesian Well Contractors door at Tltusvlllu during the hours of sale, FURNITURE WHOLESALE Choice
which covered it, the picture came out legal .glU .. ,
on the first Monday In August; A 1> 1HIM) to the
in all the splendor of its beauty. the blithest); and beat bidder for cash, the following and RETAIL. Wines Liquors
EAU CALLIE FLA. harmony of outline and the richness oi described) real estate situated In llrevard county -
Florida, to-wlt: Beginning at the northeast and Cigars.
hue which proclaimed the band of the corner of land of John K. Allot which Is
master." The experts have unanimously the half-mlleloat on the .section line between (COR. CLAY & ADAMS STREET) LIll Guaranteed 1'ure.
suctions fourteen and fifteen; thence run west
lODGES & GODFREY declared it a Venus by Titian twenty-seven chains anil twenty-nine and one- thllolu! iu.WL Sold at reduced
and a rich American of Chicago. half links (:(27.2UW-1 chains) or bioS:! feet and price
I four Inches, which I. the place of beginning/: of Jacksonville Florida.Southern.
Manufacturers of Mr. Philip Armour. has offered 200,000 said tract of land; thence run south I4VIIfland iuJv3 Imported .

francs for this once despised fran per chains.,.*.* _thirty-six_.i. .........Unas.... __((7M:.. _'n chains._.._ __)\.t..or_M.471)i Tokay Win,
son.-Pall Mall Gazette. twelve chains' ; and: seventy-one links (12.71: from Italy. .
fellow Pine Lumber chains)or H37 feet,eight Inches to land now or
formerly belonging); to one Hodges| thence
north seven chain and twenty-six links ((72: S John B. Togni ,
BOUGH DRESSED chains. )or H37 feet 8 inches t hanoi seat twelve .
chain and 71 links (12.71: chains) or MJ7 feet i II -sit- : Metropolitan Saloon 12.1: East Day st.,
Orange BOB Bends High Glass Inches to tbe place of beginning); );, all of said lam
lying); and being In the north-half of Kouthea JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Fruit a Vegetable Crates. quarter of section IS, township 24 south range Railway
Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River ) Jit east. ,and containing ten acres, more or less. Wholesale ami RetaiL....
II turouirh); bill of lading. Anyone contemplat- Garpetingsf Also beginning); at a stake situated at the ---- ..
n*building); on the East Coast wonlrl do well to southwest corner of above described land,
rite for price. The thence west ninety feet, nine Inches, to a stake,
!Sawmill situated the
1.,T.S: K. w.By., It mile.south of l" on. thence north four hundred and seventy-nine ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. FURNITURE #*#
feettoa stake' thence east ninety feet
Inches to a stake; thence south four : ;n:3:::
umalllght Putnam CO.,Flit. and. seventy-nine feet to place of beginning con.
H. E. CLARK talnlnir one acre, more or less. ; or so wuch THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING WHOLESALE and RETAIL f:
thereof as may ne sufllclent to realize the
RATIONAL amount due the complainant and costs of the CARS THOROUGHFARE COACHES '. '.
suit, etc.
Home..Seekers .
Jul3-3I: Special Master.
38 West Bay St.,

Jacksonville, Florida, Master's Sale.

Net IS$.. *e "No. ISYe. :
Announces the opening of his Spring V. N.Llm'td. rie.nnd. N*. Trinrlilt
virtue of
Exchanging Property for Property a by a decree of fore
UNDER re.t ? .I.. Dell,. '
and sale. Issuing out of the Circuit Trnlne Dally.
Specialty. Send Description of what Stock of select and exclusive patterns of ean..cb': for Hrevard county, In a certain Mall. Cleft Espy'..
you I ,wherein Kllsha T. Jenks. as executor
have and what you want. fine grade Carpetings and Mattings of the estate of J. W. P. Jenks, deceased. .

Is complainant and George B. Bumph 1C. V. L..J'cll'Yllle Wan S tfpm911pm Lv.. Jacksonville. T. 0. P. 6 45 pm 11.--am
Indian River FLORIDA.C. Rugs and Shades In all sizes and colors. Bnraph, Simon llamherg' Emma A. Hamberg Everet: *, Bonthern SiOJl Ig 41T4Tam !!!
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.. 10 Vt .. 1 : -
sndthe Melbotune State Bank are defendants: L..I.rett.: T.O. *P... .. nvallerD -. Tilft

C. CARROLL, Send for Samples and Prices and you house I will sell door at, at puhllo Tltusville.outcry during in front the of legal the O hour nr. Lv Bavius'ah, C.P.......... It.pmjll M plD.Ar.. x AMnntn.Cbnttnnnocn_. .. ..... M am M ID> pm pm

Real of sale, on the first Monday in August, A ll t..vOoIumbts.ktoaIh'ia.......... .ii P" I 00 am .," ..... K pm 4 10 am
Estate ,. .
Agent. be ISIs to the ; CtnetnaaM, e> O. II am 1" *! .
will .
pleased. highest and best bidder for cash, the 10 S III i* n. ,
following described real estate, situate In the P" am"-Louisville I Southern.. .T .01.' ... p..t

town of Tltusville, Brevarrt county Florida, &rCharlotteeuth'n..S 43 an! '40 pmIIMpm c-A-l1.i.-..Is i .......... -I-
,Pineapple Orange and Lemon to-wlt t 00 an Ar. Birmingham, AnnthernMemphis a) ..
Lou three ((3)anil four(4) In block B, of Cole- K. O. M. .* H. .. .
AWNINGSFor mane Addition to tile town of Tltusvllle-- Ham (Isis Kan.City,K.O..r.B.M. !jU ...
Land For Sale Cheap.I cording the map thereof on record In the ..rlfYorllPa.B.B..1.4IIp.. C Mam. .. '.. .. . .. .... .. :
office of the clerk ol the Circuit Court of Bre-
Residence. Yard county. Also a strip of ten (lo) feet wide Mea H
have your Store or extending aorose the north side of lot five ((1)/ In n..1a ,li. "Land ., MM ...,." 11 DallyCelvunbtn .
for sale 80 acres of pineappleland block B, of said Cotoman's Addition to Tltusvllle
.extending from Palm.. Lemon ;...JasksosvUe.7.0. a P.... .. ..... T1rjjiii TIME TO ALL ,
on St. Lucle river, a few miles below : AJso another tract described..follows.treet._wit I .......ab. ..,........ 11 >> p'sa QUICK
Eden P'roaa the southeast flontnen.......... ..- se sic -
40 of which being northeast Rlpans Tabnles.Rlpans corner of block D. In .Id .I .
.... .. 46 m NAMED. -
Colemao's addition.. 8p&Ntanbar.. POINTS \.
quarter of northeast quarter of section I Tabules cure nausea. east fifty feet to the point Tltnsvllle of ; thence of ran the lor. : !.:...i.. TI...::. 40.
'18. Rlpans Tabules cure dlxzlness.Ripana tract herein conveyed the beginning northeast 1.e'............ .. Ve... TIJD... liSp-m FURNITURE: of every description. Wnte
oor- ..
township 38, south of range 41 east; Intersection, : .. for prl<.. rrelgbt pail on all orders over
I net of the Kao..uJer
the other 40 Is tbe northeast quarterof Rlpans Tabules Tabules cure cure flatulence.headache. Coleman avenue t from this of point Lemon of street beginning and 1or. ..Q. O...:::..::::::.: TU am 'I .oo. M. .ETTlKO '14B.
north sub
ran along the east of Lemon .
southeast quarter of section .3, Rlpans Tabules cure dyspepsia. hundred and ten and one-half feet; thence.treeton. leaves EventS. for Bmnewlsaj al T 0 a. nv aalljr. Throa b Pullman sleeper 14 East Bay Bt. JACK9OXVILLB TtUL

township 88 south of 41 east. Rlpans Tabules assist digestion. run east one hundred anal .,,_,-._ feet to faekionvllle $oClncl..ntl..lnA.nevllle.For .
range Rlpans Tabules cure bad breath. tbe west line of Palm afreet produced; Uxmoe rulllnormation. apply to any Agent of this great Railway
The above land can be bought for $10 run sooth alone said west line of Palm street Advertising, to be successful must
per Rlpans Tabules cure biliousness. produced one hundred and tea and one-naJ System or its connections. be continuous. The rough edges of
acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, rest to the line
Ripana Tabules: one gives relief. north of Coleman arena t thence down In

Orange, lemon or lime growing. Rlpans Tabulea cure Indigestion.Rlpans sue run one west hundred along said and north nlnety-eeven line of Coleman feet to ave the 17. A. TUSK. W. H. GAD_., 1. M. CULP, 8. II. HARD WlOr, day.skepticism No business are not can ground be prosperous a '

Will be sold In Iota of 40 acres for Tabnles cure torpid liver. point of beginning. Each: of the)above described Oesk Fae ....... o.a............... Tr.e....... nas.. Oen. ..... without continuous advertising.

ah. This land will soon be worth tOper Rlpans Tabules: gentle cathartic. wBhlp into of bud twenty-one being la_section tit. nap thirty-four.thlrty-Av In WIll &actoD. D.a WP-. D.a. Wsenle.*.. D. tt At...... ...
Tabules cur constipation.Rlpans : .
acre. -.,aeeonUair to u. t..BVurvey, or so mach What .do need In the of
W. D. ALLEF.rldn you way:
Tabules for will ,
: sour stomach. tberenf a* be snraelent to nail** the
APply to C. H. Walton, ADTOCAT Rlpans Tabules: pleasant laxative. amoasj due the complainant nnder said decree, Pseeens A.ea.. envelopes, note and letter beads, bill .
Titus- Rlpaas Tabules cur liver troubles.Rlpans and_te. 11*West Vnr' S.rae*.ACKOMTn.lA. FLA.i beads statements tags, cards, eta'
2ciortoRobbins; A Graham, 1>. L. OACLDE, We shall be glad to bftvo a bare of
YlUe Tabules at -- your
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INDIAN blVfcfc AhVoCATE.. JULY 24. 1896. -__. .. ..__ ..,.- .


". -f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4'- abolished. ticle. We do not remember ev r 'tonal obligations, at the option of theI E.t bll.lid 18S5. """"""7PAxstoe: .- A l\tn'

e1 having heard of an instance whet I government. If nothing but gold couldbe In every section at once to
utilized for international purposes., L. BARBOT & CO. goods to dealers; no lieU tta' {
1" TilE school children of a soap manufactory failed to be and peddling; ezpedey
I Office: Washington Avenue, Tltufville public the failure to Issue silver greenbacks unnecessary; best side line.
the United States have adopted the profitable to the owners, and thereis is no remedy for the trouble, but month. Salary and expenses .73,0))
Indian River Florida.
J' following state flowers for their no reason why a soap factory on the contrary makes it worse. By General Commission. commission made. Address,with or?111/1':'
+' l should this method ,!silver bullion would simply stamp for scaled particulars r '
successful in
respective commonwealths: Alabama prove as ,Clifton
i have a commercial value, as any other a7 N y rn rn-S and Manufacturing Sot
A.VTCBKLV JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DBVBL- Nebraska and the ,Titusville as anywhere else. Started would y y Company,
Oregon, commodity of exchange, and cre- : ;9 g o P4 & W natl, Ohio. tina'
b p
: s
OPMKKT OP TUB INDIAN UIVBB, LANE golden rod ; Colorado, the colum in a small way, the business ate no fluctuations In the financial "" :;; a'Q-Q;> ""
WORTH AND 1IIHOAYKK BAY eNOTIOxa.i this the .... Q;> ;;; ed :
could markets. govern.meat
be By
j bine ; Delaware the peach blossom gradually increased, by process ,s co =- =- < Sjgr

!, ''''I ?" PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ; Idaho, the syringa ; Iowa care in the manufacture and judicious money,would but would not soon only be stop out borrowing of debt; u:3: J. S. JOHNSON CO.

J and New York, the rose ; Maine, advertising, and in a short that is, If they can stop this raid of pension 329 & 33 \ St.

I. t,Jlt2 t i CHA. H. WALTON, Editor & rroprletor.aubsarlptlon. the cone and tassel; Minnesota, time a nice trade could be workedup. thieves, who would bankrupt the. NEW ORLEANS, Manufacturer of I

the cyripodium or mocassin flower; Why not try it ? Then, again, earth at the rate they are going. Instead LA.
l of they are steadily .....Fishing
WII / Montana, the bitter root; North why not start a factory to make Increasing diminishing, and now number about twiceas REFERENCE: 1{ ('a"l>l Tlnnk.Metropolitan) Hank. Supplies?

,: f"'I I, Twelve month, lUll) Dakota, the wild rose ; Utah, the paper from palmetto leaves l? many an there were soldiers in the Commercial Agencies.;

Six l.oo lego lily, and Vermont, the red army. If this account of cripples Is
:)) !r 'rhrue'" .80 true, the confederates were the bent .
clover. Rhode Island and Wisconsin LEAVING TOWN. [Remember, the ADVOCATE, Tltunvllle
( 1fI'' t Single Copy, .S have also shots on earth, as it turns out they does all kinds of job printing. Give
)\. adopted an emblem could hit before he bom.
Strictly In advanco. a yankee was woik.
1 1l //t'' ;! in the shape of a state tree, During the summer time quite This is a much more serious\ question.. to us a share of your ] Cotton and Linen Netting; ,,

the maple having been selected by large number of leave solve than the money question, for they -Send to the ADVOCATE office and Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc.'R01'
1 i8.: The above rate Include the payment of postaxe. both. So far we have not heardof our people will continue to get hit and disabled by get free Information respecting the new Tackle of every Description; llook
I 1 ..tu.nthe/ year.IHni'ixitinuanre. Florida adopting any flower, so and other parts of the world, making And thus the peoples money Is squandered etc. No overhead tanks lined. This Is tr: TAKrON TACKLE A etc,
1'', the ADVOCATE is in favor of adopting things particularly quiet for by members of congress to buy said to be a fine invention. Circulars Sl'bCIALI\

',. of ttdvtx.. must lie nude piriinully one that is much in favor those who remain behind. Some votes. But I am digressing; I am in sent_ to any part of the south, free. Baltimore, bid,

I t at this ofllce/ or by writing. north and south, viz: the orange have favor of exterminating national bauks. .. ..
" people an idea that this state They are deus of mud, originated$ exclusively -- ----- ------------- -
u ) blossom. What think our state of things be for the benefit of commercial
can to a certain extent -
I 'iy'> A ('Irons'. all oouimunlratlonii to papers of this selection ? Do.not stopped. We do not see howit speculation, while the real estate owners W. B.: DAWSON

+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE be afraid to speak out, brother can, for leaving town at a certain don't get a cent profit out of them; but ,
te-- editors. on the contrary the real estate owner
l T1TUSV11.1.K, FLORIDA season of the year is by no will deposit his money with them for Wholesale and Retail

meuns a modern practice. Thereis the speculator to grind the people with,

t1 I OUR CANDIDATES.In abundant evidence of periodical and when they have gathered up a sufficient
r i UI.eketc.. may he made payable to CIUIILKHH. amount from the farmer to justify
'Wju.Tos.puMiHlmr and proprietor.GATE holidays among even the ancients. it, they burst, and leave tho depositor WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT

-.-.. .--.. .--.--- a short time the people will The wealthy had their town mansions without recourse to recover a cent.I .
be called upon to decide who are and also their country villas, am in favor of state or individual

I : COLONY, a British settle. the men of their choice to fill the to which they regularly resorted at banks, based on such collateral as the
necessities of the for the
cent in South Africa, has ordered various county offices. It is wellto certain seasons of the year. The mutual benefit of local case requires business. Local 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla

give the matter some little Boston Traveler says that from banks round that
you ng/ orange trees from California consideration are objected
H far experiment before making a final Egyptian monuments it is gathered their currency has prescribe limits; so Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havm

decision. We must weigh the that the leading members of the has a man's individual paper or endorsement
but It will assure all practical 1
I l1+i71 IN Canada no campaign buttons, merits of the various candidates aristocracy had large estates, in ; and without it business would purposes Mexican and Florida Cigars.

f1.111 Tibliona" or budges can bo worn between impartially, not permitting person which their mansions stood, and come to a stnnd-still. We are trying the.
iI nomination and al friendship or personal animosity upon these were kept horses, cattle, gold standard now, and the list of suicides FINE- FL1.NCYItOCEItIE
I }polling day. and bankrupts and paupers, consisting
in to bias our selection poultry a large number of ser
y; : The[ currying ol :flags as a any way of best citizens that
party vants. Cicero and ;this our are daily WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good
i 1, i badge is also forbidden. The pen. ; pick out the man we think contemporaries going on record as evidence of I its effects, U- Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.
i i"", for these best qualified to fill the office for not only dwelt in Rome, but seems to me would call for a. change on .

. j the nlty government'disobeying is a line of orders$100 or of which he seeks to be elected, and at certain seasons left the city and ,the_,,_part..u ,_of_.,.real__ _n owners_.____. If..__n"the If you wish to open an account you must,give first-class city reference
I vote for him, and help him all we resided in their villas on the shores muiiujr leuuui woe bile Buuuier HW wow I

; ; 4. (three months in prison, or both. can during! his canvass. Many old of. the...'. _1\.fedlterrRnl'.n._._n.u _.____.. rrliik-..- rrnmAQ.-g In not its be spending to hold finance I
e- present Remove the
"I and tried servants or the ''county at Olympia, Delos and elsewhere millionaires! and their moneyed Influenceout I BENEDICT POLLAK & Cot

it \\'K tire glad to see that some seek re-election, and some new served as periodical holidays, and of the country, and that would be :

1 I II, effort has nt lust beeh made to afford blood is asking for a trial. Where many left their town residences the last ever hoard of the gold standard. I ,

some amusement and form of those who have filled and took their abode in the As to an international financial agreement
already their up
we have just much need for
exercise other than an
wandering aimlessly office with honor to themselves and neighborhood where the contests agricultural or manufacturing International Wholesale Dry Goods HouseJ'ACKSON'

\ around 'the city dock. We satisfaction to the county are might be within easy reach. Horace agreement as we have for finance.If ,

I' ;J \ refer to the organization of a Lawn again candidates, we see no reason shows how he and Ileliodorus visited It is necessary to have an international
Tennis Club which is agreement on the basis or ratio for making
, now an established
Cocceius' villa
I t i for substituting new, untried men at Candium ; : JLLEJ. FLA.
peas, corn or potatoes, and the manufacturing ,
: fact. It is
/ \ hoped: that in their places, unless we have but Cocceius did not always reside of dry goods, and hardware
I within a week a court will be made there. He visited then it is Interntionalagreement
Candium at to have
some very good cause to believe certain necessary We offer at Special Prices : .
,'j' t' and will be ia a fit condition to be that the office will be filled even seasons. He also tells that on finance, otherwise it is not Men's Bathing Suits! from $3.00: to $12.00 per dozen.

used.' better by the new aspirant. the Eastern Mediterranean was a as they 1 are all commodities of international A lot of new and second-hand Show-cases, in good order.
ii iijI i r favorite touring ground exchange And besides, if the Big lot of SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS, HOSIERY, SUSPENDED,,
States has not reached a pointto :Malaga Straw Hats for Fish hooks tine mush!
rough wear; Mosquito nets,
jI 1+ : J IT stated upon :very good authority GOLD vs. SILVER. for the Roman nobility, who visit be able to run Its own affairs without made on frames and without. Our prices are right.
; : ;n, that the ed Greece getting permission from other countries
exports from as Floridians' visit the Utr Dealers, let us hoar from you.
t'': It had better pass into the hands of a
: Great Britain into the United north Americans visit
or as Europe
Many of the great receiver and have a foreign ruler appointed BENEDICT POLLAK &, CO.
States newspapersof ,
( only amount to about $90- ; and because it was fashion. to take care of us, which is just
f ( 000,000 annually\ while the exports :the country have bolted the able to stay in Rome at certain what a gold standard would do. It 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla

4 into platform adopted. at, the, Chicago would concentrate the government of --- ----- -------- -_m__
t Q Great Britain fro-m the' timna, fust n_ na___ it n nnw_ .. to__ atni "in_n -- -- --
United I convention, and tneir action is adversely "- ---J the United States in Wall street, and
It States amount to over: criticised by most of the town Wall street is only agent for London. JAMES PIUTCHAKD, President; W. M.. DROWN, Vice-president;
,( 1)1445,000,000) per .annum' the balance lesser This As long as people have money, Great Britain failed to conquer us with C. S. Selmylor, Cashier.

of trade being about'$35i! ,- organs. knuckling they will continue to travel, visit, lend I, and it is now trying to conquer; us

Fv 000,000 in our favor. Orent Britain down to party whether for goodor leave town, or go sight-seeing as of with gold, and it remains to be tested INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
ta evil, seems to us to show a lack whether the puople will stick their neck
of the l best and
one customers wet yore, we cannot see how it is
in the .
of patriotism, which work noose 0not. The idea of a country ,!
k have, and it would\ be foolish to may to be prevented any more than try trying to establish a gold standard
t' try and lone her patronage through great harm to the country in time ing to stop the Gulf stream. without gold enough to buy a lunch, is (IncorporatednndertheLaws of the State of Florida)

the folly of a few "jingo" politic of need. From our point of view, the most preposperoua absurdity that Authorized capital, $100,001
lane.1YIiAT. the welfare of the country should ever was conceived In human Imagina
't Paid $25,00(
up capital,
come first, staunchness to party Democratic Meeting.: tion. If Groat Brltan or any other
being a secondary consideration.If foreign countty wants a gold standard, Average deposits, $150,00 t (
is the rule of international and can afford it, I see no objection to
we are honestly of the opinion Tho Democratic Senatorial Executive It, but It is certain "
i 1 rk law resecting; the high seas f ia a that the platform adopted by our Committee for Brevani and Dade) that we can't afford, as we have not Transacts. a General Banto

,; question often asked. We may party is not beneficial to the country counties, will .convene at Tltusvlllo July the gold to do it with, and the result
nay that the high seas Include 'the that it is direct 'M, At 2 p. m. All members requested would be the whole finance of tho country Business
1 -
a to
menace to attend.
whole' It. It. WILSON! would be, and forever remain in the
extent of the sea so far as I"
it ii not the exclusive of its prosperity-we will bolt that Chairman. hands of a few people, and the masses Largest and Oldest Bank on the RIY e<
r property platform every time, however painful of the people in the coming generationwould
4 any particular country. The rule it may be to us to do so. There not know what a dollar was if Exchange sold on all Foreign Countrlwa.BiTOHHD..ABM

.I ;4 of international: is that every are indications that there MONEY OK BUST.JENSEN they should happen to see one.
may The gold standard D.l1tECTQRS I IJ
theory was
the has con-
country bordering on sea
J the possibly. be another convention, : :FLA.! July 22 IS!Hi. ceived and hatched out In the United RTTPleddPa( .
exclusive ,
sovereignty over such and that. a sound money democratwill States by the moneyed aristocracy of the of the National Hank of Jacksonville) J MDUHKEE
tea to the extent of three miles Editor Advocate (VIce-President National Dunk"
.. be nominated for nresLlent.. : republican nartv. and now t>lao' il nu n Jacksonville), and WV M. IIBOWN.
from its shore, but all beyond, and We hope this may be so, not thiwe ; Tbegol* 1 -t which is within three miles clear and as I said before, a man endorsing York in,'
not of there would to themselves, at least, that silver Seaboard National Hank of New
I eorrm other is suppose be any money moans disaster and ruin to the their plank should go to them, and not c era,+. National Bank of Jacksonville. s
country <
"pen6N' prospect of success for such nominee country, while the sllverltes claim call himself a democrat, which would '
Ii; countries. we
I ,! common to all but ,it would at least show that would be Unanoliilly exterminated without stop the discord among people who don't 1"I".rUSVILLE, FLA.

there are some men who place their : silver<< which reminds me of a man want to wear the Kotbchild collar. -----

;,: IT was .only 40 years ago that country, ,before their party. We returning home at night from a saloon WONT: JlAHDKE.
1 W. J.
lie remarked If he found his wife HILI
had .
H M.
the.porte of have _
Japan were forcibly an inward conviction that the
gone to bod, and h.-nl let the fire go out The East Coast Canal
1 opened to foreign commerce; it free coinage of silver will work incalculable and the room get; cold, he was going to

E t was only 28 years since the first harm to the United "lick" her; but the matter occurred to It la South 'Florida Wholesale House
him again before getting home, and he reported that the work of com
labor-saving machine was set up States and we cannot, conscientiously ; plating the unfinished portion of
remarked that if he found his wife sitting
i within the limits of that empire. a platform with canal Into the north end
support of Lake Worth
1 up wasting wood with a tire he was '
From statistics we now find that which we have no sympathy and going to "lick" her. It seems, In either has been commenced, says the West w :T. :HILL: : Sc OO.

the exports exceed 9115.000.000.. It which we believe deleterious_ __ ___ to the___ event. we nrn trnlntr to vet " 1'alm Beach correspondent of the Times- ESTABLISHED
n 1873.
;I is a curious fact that 10,2.79,401 welfare of the In former articles, T have''ly set Union. F. M. Cabot has the contract
country. forth some-of the results a for the work. This will connect the
fans, 2,318,800-umbrellas: J34,20 without suggesting a Free lake with the Loxaaatchle and Indian Doors Sash and Blinds and' Builders'

) screens, 455.H59 paper lanterns, START FACTORIES.The and unlimited coinage; of silver, under Rivers, making a continuous Inside water ,
I ? and 13,843,022 grout of matches existing; circumstances, has objectionable route from Ormond to Key Went. It
I i were shipped from Japan in 1894. features. While Jt would accomplish will be remembered that this work wasstopped y Materials of all Kinds,
i a* necessity of ,the establish Its primary object, at present, by by the failure of the contractors
This goes far to prove what rapid breaking thin. over two years ago, and the work commenced S.A.1VPOD.J
ment of factories to increase the up cornering; on gold by : FLORInA.
1t strides that has by the canal
country made millionaires to create money panics to rob company from the _
r since opening its ports to the civilIzed welfare of our towns, ia a the people of their property, It would at south end of the lake to Biscayne Bay. -
that is Had the
. countries of the world. subject continually being the same time, create a boom with uncertain first mentioned been completedat '
agitated in the state and valuations the time mentioned the Indian River
papers ; as we could make no
Y It must'be confessed, :without any estimate of iu proportion*, and 'the boats would in all probability have been -
WE notice that the results. The experiment' at the start;, would furnish able to sustain themselves and the peo *, + *
advisability satisfactory
very no basis for future valuations. The pie of the section have had the benefitsof
of discontinuing the county court ,benefits that would accrue from difficulty in the way of a solution of the a competing line. There will be boats

I has been suggested/ on the ground the establishment of canning fac- financial question Is based wholly on tho anyway, during part of the year, at

I .l that it would save exnenae to the tories haa, been demonatrat..11_________ ___ ''an.1' !conflicting Interest between the money )lea t. Town
--- '0 0"0 !
county. While we are in'favor of admitted on every s(de, yet the holder and holder the real wants estate owner.: The The Stanton House, Chatta- Now on Sale
+\ money money at high
r I I curtailing 'county expenses where. canning factories are not built. value. That is beyond the reach of real nooga.
t possible this hardly seems to us aII1 The chief barriers to the Jiiwtalla. estate owners, and real estate owners -'

j ; :move in the right direction. This lion of canning factories are the object. That Is the real issue when It Js Mr. D. J: Jones, proprietor of the A. E. KINGSLEY

I is an age of progress, not of retrogression colt of production and heavy sifted down. In order to solve the ques- above fine hostelry writes us that his General Agent For
we must what ,
J and abolishing the county freight rates. Thinking over the what makes It see money is, and hotel has been taorougly renovated and
court would be ,a distinctly back. different kinds of factories that \fnn w Klnntlw. & AnmMM.ullftv At ....- that be is now prepared to entertain Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
i In first-class.
guest style. Any of
ward step. Moreover how many I could be made to pay enough to chanlie-rep..e Dti''gv..I; ; and; is made readers throughout Florida who Intend our

It i .f our justices of the peace are 'make it worth while to invest, we bears money by the endorsement or stamp It visiting Chattanooga; or the picturesque\ !

f qualified to decide a point of law ? haTe come to the conclusion that Hence,,representing this bosh of valuation Cleveland's according.about mountain in that neighborhood, should CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

j ta I They are generally! men who have soap and match factories could sound money and Inferior and debased give the above house a trial.

"I 't had no legal 'training' whatever, probably be established and run ata metal Is too ridiculous to discuss. all parts of the Town. Selected
of Carefully
J Big Alligators.Mr. .
( Cleveland, like of his associates
though very often men of nice profit to the investor. Theseare many on
that question Is excusable ,lie went in Fruit and
sound judgment and discernment two which the is Lands
t things supply ofDoe comparatively a pauper and comes Pierre Titus caught two big al on ,
they could not be expected to be never likely to exceed the demand out a millionaire.A ligator recently-on at the Uantover 11liami River and

able to decide satisfactorily' ,some and the only thing needlul to makea solution of the question, from my and the other at Heath. They measured Bay 1314CRy1le.

of the cases which would come before success of the enterprise wouldbe standpoint Is, that gold, silver and green respectively li-ft 6-1 ID. and 10-ft. s1T Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

,: them if the county court was care in putting up a good ,ar. titles backs, should and) be made be Issued payable In., equal for all quan nat 6-ln.tleman II la* shipped Providence them, K.alive I.'' to a gen ]Main Office Hotel Miami, . MIAMI FLORID

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! I. S. Department of Agriculture members of the society from many parts Roseland.Mrs. ASK the recovered"
1t of this and other states! Miss Klo. dv*|>.,pticm bllio.e u. G. G. SPRINGER
t>I iVeather Dureau Jupiter, Fla. Sharp presided at the piano. uflftrarn, victim offe".r
,. and ague' the
,tb I The following i Is a comparative state- The two Inseparables, Will Allen and :\ L. Davis, of Vero, Is visiting her mercurial dliaacad I

oil r Lntof temperature and rainfall for the Sam Jordan, are on the beach, and are parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain. covers'patient health how they,cheerful ra-

Oo'Ot tele ending Tuesday, July :21, 1800. always welcome visitor They their A small garden, no fence, and some stints. and oodappetiteth.7 Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of .

_-18W- -1805- wives and children are in the Allen cot- Mr. Stokes will tell
range cl\ttle--conHeJul'n'e,
. MAX.: : MIN. MAX. J1IN. tage. Mr. Allen has been honored by youoNebi.rvakn jRxeu-: 1y 1
/' \rl!:. now buys hIs garden truck. t M
83: 74 S6 75; the nomination for state treasurer on I.ATOK. ;
; 83 7U 88 74 the Republican ticket-an excellent Mr. and! Mis. L. C. Moore left Monday ICE AND f .

i 85 73 87 71 choice.A afternoon, on the launch Tartar bound Tha Cheapest. Puree and Ont Family
1 AteillUna In the World I --
for Melbourne from which Mrs.
80 03 87 75:
t good joke Is told of SImon-the colored For HY&VKVSIA. CONSTIPATION !Run
Moore leaves for
83: 76 88 78 Tuesday morning dice. RihouiiniiuikH, SICK Ii ItAUACHKohC.U"pre.on ; '
who has
fl boy- been with the
85 75 87 77 Sharp Brooklyn, N. Y. ,! of Spirta| SOUIt STOMACH: ,
p family ever since they came to the state. Heartburn, etc This unrivalled remedy: la DistilledWa'ter
I 85: 76 87 80!( /Simon had heard of the Christian Endeavor : A large rattle snake was killed on Mr warranted not to contain, a nuiulu" particle, ofI14..KcUR

.C'I' Total rainfall for the week: 1:02: Inches gathering at the hotel, and a dayor Gain's place last: week. Miss K. Cain V, or any mineral vibntancc. but laPUU1il'

' |nurture, from normal rainfall for the two after he was whittling away at apiece noticed the cat acting queerly, and upon 'VEwL' iIILE,
Ice Chests Freezers
and Water Coolers
leek: plus' 0.l3! Inches. Departure of soft pine, when Miss\ Nell asked Investigation found the cause to be a containing thrme Southern I Roots. .and Herbs Refrigerators, ,
rainfall since him what he largo rattler Her brother Dompay, which an all.l'rovd..nce buts placed
normal January 1, was doing. lie replied, "I countries where Liver DlHeuMeH mont prevail.
Iliis 4.M( am making a 'Cluistian' 1111'devll;; armed with a hoe, poked his simkeshlp It will cure all ll I..ea.." caused by Derangement FACTORIES... ... r
Inches.J.. W. CltONK Observer. this is the Christian and this Is the out from under the log, whore it hud! ol the Liver and lloweln.. Cocoa and West Palm Beach
8\.MPIOMS of Liver Complaint! are a
boon The .snake Tli j
devil. lying. was accommodating
I think
he must have got the Pain. the ji
bitter or bad tuHta in the mouth in :
cue from one who stayed awhile on the enough to poke his head over Flack,faiilrH or Joint,often inmiiiken fur UheunatlBin .. ____ .. _. .
' beach-a sort of Dr. Jekel and Mr. Hyde. the log, the hoe descended and the reptile ; Sour Stomach: I.OHN of Appetite;
i'', riowelH alternately cimtive a"II"1; .
,,,1c. Miss Nell Sharp left on Tuesday for was'" nicely guillotined. iiivinu of fulled Memory to ,do with sometliltiuc a minted which""Headacllol'Le'lIlI oxiKht to SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS. j jI

. of Canaveral dealer In Washington D. C., spending a day en have been done; Debility Low 5plrlt. a thick .
TI E. J. Burns, route with Prof. W. A. Sharp at ht. yellow Bppeiirunce. of the "Skin HIU! Kyeit; a dry:
lioceries, grain, shoes, etc., will deliver Augustine In Washington she will be Malabar.Mr. Cough|' otter mistaken for Coimumptuin.Sometimea .

Uerythiog, except grain, free lIe of charge, the guest of her brother-iu-Uw); Mr. W. the disease. nt tnanv other of very these few ayniptxniii; but the attend I.IVKKKcnerally I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First- j

liei ever the Spartan stops quotes( A. /bprengcr, private secretary of the Charles Smith, of Grant, was vIsIting I. the neat e.f the iliHenNu, a"llf not q
Slices a few articles, as follows : miAermK', wretchedness -
on Regulated In time great
/ of the is
Secretary Interior. Miss Nell In
$5.75 per hundred pounds; bacon, Malabar Tuesday and DbAl H will enmie.The class SEEDS in the State.
lugnr needing, a rest very much. Ever since olliiwinn highly esteemed peritoniatteiit .
I pound; Magnolia milk, $1.00( ( Miss Itosii Wells was visiting in our
cents per the death of her brother John in Jacksonville to the virtues of himmoim' I.Ivor Regulators ?
or dozen; corn, $1,20 per sack; onions last January she has suffered' town this week. {:ien W. S. Holt, Pres. da S. W. R. R Cot Rev. WT: SEND FOR PRICES Boforuonleringelsewhere., All !>oo-.IH! tested :
lMi bushel. lie has ladies' slices I.I K. FeMer, Perry, U...; Col. It. K. Spark*, AIbanyiU".1 -
[ ( per much and the of the last Hlbb Co., before sent out.
responsibilities Mr. H. D. Smith wan In town | MaMtirHon, :11 q bherlrt ,
l.r. $1.50 per pair; gentlemen's for $. .00( management: at Coronado during a very Saturday. ) Alexander H. Stepens."We \ L. CAMERON, Seedsman, i

cr pair; the best ever seen for the trying period, vlsably affected her. Her know that have, for teased iys its virtues" liilloUHttvHK personally, and and 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE F.LA. '
Order a pair. Messrs. Will\ andV.. D. Wells
loney. bright/ happy, handsome face will be Ely Throbbing Headache IH the best medicine, the
.. .
called here Sunday evening We tried forty other remedieeboforoSunmunsLiver ---- -
T J S. L. Jeffords contemplates putting/ a missed by the summer visitors at this world ever HIIW. hut

liiiall smack in the bight for snapper village by the sea," and It la hoped the Rev. Ilowell amp I family, of Tillniau, UII more than" mpornry. Koffitliitur rcliof; lint the"n""lCav.KBKU.Intor .

fishing.Tlicre. change will soon restore her to her were making culls In town this vtook. not only tvlleved, but cured u.."-K.O. Fertilizer for Fruit; /
wonted health. 'l'.V.U."PII. AND MiHHI.NUb.K, Milfoil, Ua.MANl c :
are a few /good vegetable:( farms Mr. Robert Smith made a Hying tripto "ACTlIIU'1'SI Y HV :
In this vicinity which can ba rented at a Coronado has for years been the favor Mlcco on Saturday returning Sun J. H. ZLILIN: CO., I'hll.u\.II''I.\ | Pa. \

uHsouablo price. ite headquarters for the disciples of Isaac day. .. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer" 1
Walton, and many notable catches have
Edward Johnson has: returned to his been made by such fishermen Dr. Miss\ Kmlleo H.vrnello: of Melbourne men report satisfactory progress in their
us i
18 Jioinestend here.... after a few months Caldwell, Major St. Clair Abrams, visited Miss V. L. Carroll Saturday ami{ respective ciindldaturcH\ The address of I: r1aa $g5.c.Per: Ton: il
,cut In New Jersey. Messis. C. II. Pelton Will Allen and Sunday. Mr. EiiHoy published in last week's GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........ ,, ,iii r I

There are a number of manatee in the Sam Jordan Thin season there have Mes l'S. C. W. Boltou and Albert Car- ADVOOATK, IH very favorably com Moisture.[ . .., ,,1toll:\ Per Cent ",
iiuiiina liver. J. T. Hood, while out for appeared some new aspirants for fameIn roll, accompanied by Mss Vlrgeline upon as an able and instructive j
Ammonia, 4 to II u ,'j
of who understands %
exposition one thoroughly 1
1 sail one. day last week, passed over : that dh'octlon-l'tlellllr J. F. Lorraine Carroll wont up to :Melbourne Sunday:
me. LaDue Wyman and //Stauch field. evening, and attended church at that the views of the people on the Phosphoric Acid, .. ,5/ to fl '* j

These gentlemen have put iu three half place.On. questions in which they are most vitally Potash (Actual, ) . ,(II I to 8 ,

hrongh Three here bears one and night a last panther week. passed They days recently, catching from forty to the evening of July 20th Wins utoieototl. Ifatle exclusively from Bright Cotton Spoil Meal, Nltntto of Soil., nii,>oJVono, ) .. '
fish each line
fifty trip, including some Dissolved Phosphate) Fine Ground Tobacco! Stems, toad Sulphate of 1'otasli. I\
with the Virgollno L. Carroll's friends
'" probably disgusted many
bass, cavalli, shvephead, silver drum Fort Pierce.Our
for dlrnollons for and further 't'
IJJ'Vl'lto using pnrticulnis; also ask for 1i
> the Democratic convention at Chic- and along the river gave her a surpilso birthday 1
and other kinds. Messrs. Lorraine
and were going to find the jumping- party. There were about .10 guests copy) of "Kconoinleiil Fertilizing/ for rmlt." Wo carry n huge stock of all FertiU"j! !

igo lf place. Wyman Lorraine are is very especially unassuming enthusiastic.; In fact,Mr.all present from the towns of Brantley, town U full of busy candidates; r.or Material I, Cotton heed bloat, Tobacco Dust, Potash: ate Wllte for PI'ICUI h...-> g I
fore We sock the trade dlioct.
the gentlemen are. They have no fish Eau Gallie Melbourne, Tlllmau, Mali- If we could vote wo would, vote for them buying. glowers I I
We shall soon be obliged to requesthe
Legislature to pass a law to protect stories to tell, but when the wagon is bar, Bay View Valkarla and Grant. all. WILSON & TOOMER ; ':
There was a bounteous supply of delicious J
the poor porpoise. Frank Klein pulled sent from the hotel for the fish, return- Mr. J. 11. Morrlwethcr, who line been

fine, out of the water by the tall some Ing with such an abundance, "tho fish refreshments baskets, brought which at In mYlltel'iollslookhllt 11 m., In tho hospital at St. Augustine, Is homo\ The Fertilizer House of Florida, :I :.
weeks ago, and recently :S.: L. Jeffords toll the stories. These gentlemen are having almost recovered bin usual Jacksonville Fla.Fred'k. I
) wore served to the making: a agl\lni 'i.
in for good times. On Saturday: last they company, h .
the head of with lealth.I .
plit open one a giubilug -
royal feast. Dancing was kept up until .. .
J hoe. 0 chartered a handsome sailing yacht and -- -- -- -- ,
12:30. The music, furnished by Messrs. I Me""r Nelson and made their
took a gay crowd to Daytona, among it HarMn;
Last week was candidate week here. being the Misses Ruth and Blanche Bond Robt. Smith and Walter Wells, was very : first shipment of pines last week. S. :! ]

\\V. R. Sanders, S. J. Field and Joseph P. Marie Mori, Flo Sharp, Dickermen, and tine. The young people departed with The weather U beautiful again after Morsex ,
thanks from Miss Carroll for the
Brown here to convince the many
were trying Dr. F. S. Taylor, Messrs. Lorraine, Wy the recent drenching rains. They have ,
voters that were the right ones to delightful evening and their kind re- l
they Ilerb.
Stuuchfleld Alf.
man, tho
left mementoes In the shape of lov-
of her idrthday.Seabreeze.)
niombianco .
vote for.( If they have as easy a task in Sharp and B. Pacottl. It was a perfect \legt[ little We '
bugs you ever saw. presume : AI ,
eEJ: ESTATE: : j
thereat of the county as they here day. As the party were wending their you have them also. .
they will be elected by a largo majority. way along the hard, smooth beach towards

Casper Eberwine has ordered the lum- the bridge across the Hillsboro, a Mr. C. T. McCarty wan In town last MI.i1Mi, undo Oo., Ir'LORID: i

ber for a bulkhead at Artosia, to be usedin veil of mist screened them from the rays week. He gave us an Interesting sketch
The farmers in of Old Sol; a delightful breeze was blowing of life In the llaharuas. '
shipping vegetables.
The season is well on at the beach- AGENT FOR LANDS OF
this vicinity intend to grow a large quantity and the rhythm of sweet music by hotels doing well and cottages filling up. Quite a neat little sum was realized "",
of vegetabless for market this wInter the waves as they came dancing in from from the festival last Saturday nlglit.
a now that there is a good means of the broad Atlantic filled the party with Everybody should read the ADVOCATE, Florida East Coast hallway Company r. 'i

transportation.We joyful anticipations. A happy day was one of the best advertising mediums Your correspondent wan on an\ otttack Florida East Coast Canal ifc; Transportation Company, .

expected, and they were not disap along the East Coast. I consequently no Items from here Itoston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. '
mentioned In last communI- the week.
our pointed. There is a line In that hack- past
.The Daytona Dramatic Club will'\ give:( '
cation that the to
building belonging After the Ball that has
neyed song, a
the government, at the old lighthousesite the "The Little Rebel" Saturday evening/ at
good deal of pathos In It-"Many
was disappearing. We suppose hopes that have vanished after the ball." Seaside Inn, followed by a dance. Practical Joking./ The-JackSonville-Pertillzer-- i iE.

the wind is responsible for it; but, if so, It has seemed otherwise with all the out Mrs. W. II. Jones has rented one of -'

" it Is acting In a very methodical manner. ings and picnics that have been so successfully the cottages to Mr. Cuysuar and family Our ideas of what constitutes fun aiuon .,.
the flooring, the material of one Hide of Sanford another to Mr. Frank
the of the
gotten up by guests ;
varied an tho changun of a Kaleidoscope ) S"CJ'DLO: w 0-001> Mana:
and all the doors and windows being Coronado-only pleasant memories are Morgan, of DoLniul. : or. .,
1 be
piled very neatly In the scrub close by. talked of. One who was of the crowd to therefore towards vo those should who perhaps find indulgent (LATE CHAPMAN & SUDLOW.: ) ,:a
This convenient for :Miss Brotnor, of DeLand, who came amusement
building was very in a shower Daytona said, "It was a decided suc over for a visit to the family of Mr. G. D. In things that to ourselves soerrremarkable South Jacksonville Florida. ,
or caught
anyone cess." Some of the ladles however, ;
when on the beach near there, and It Is of sides after Jackson, has been seriously ill, Dr. RII. only for stupidity and

certainly too bad to have it torn down. complained much at Mr.sore Wyman's, jokes.Sebastian( .laughingso Glllen, of DeLand, being telegraphed thoughtlessness. One of in the chief the forms MANUFACTURER OF <- ,:;1.

of.wagglnhness. __. _Indulged_ __ by youth
for.A u L
d jolly party from Palatka spent Sun- WHO is just verging on manhood, cuomsto FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and ..7,1.
[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any be the moving of store signs< UIK \ ,
; day at the Seaside Inn among then ,
job printing you need.] .' more especially barber poles. We ourselves -
Messrs. 'A. E. Wilson Geo. BSuklen '
I Mr. Roht. Roberts is building a small M. A. Loeb., Henry Strunz, Martin: Griffin and fun comes are unable In. Such to poiuolvo doings mAY where afford the t a Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind Of( Raw Material, \ 1 i

'I 1 Banyan.Mr. sailboat fifteen feet long. She is to bea little amusement to the perpetrator, but
flyer. I Rev. W. W DoIInrt, of Tamriii' in always they are excessively annoying to the Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc. Also ) i

J. T. Stewart and wel- welcomed back to the Inn on Mondays owner of the signs, and are apt to give
family are We cannot do without the ADVOCATE He very much enjoys and feels the general public a very indifferent The FaD1o"U.SI: :J3a.rd.-TI.D:1o: : : :EJran.d:

friends come visitors and among their settlementthis numerous Everybody In Sebastian should subscribe the benefit of the time spent hero end opinion of the joker's intellectual capao Ammonia . ... ,4 to 8 per cent ; "
relatives In this
week. for it. week.A Ity. There are many ways of working Available rtios. Acid.... ,,0 I to 8 per cent > 1I.>r 112l'J.OOer\ Ton. I'
off a superabundance of animal spirits rotash K O, .o to 7 percent ) '
Mr. J. O. Fries the week with that had lots fun from .
spont of Seaside
Mr. n. p. Collier has been in Ban- party that would not display such a wofu
jr., relatives In Orlando, resting for a few Inn chaperoned ]by Mr. and MrsT. Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for
yan the past week cultivating R. C. after several months' hard work. want of inventive genius as the method Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brand will bu delivered free af all'freight '" :
days N. Smith Mr.
engaged Iiawley'sbeach
Cieecli's pines. are fine. above referred to, and which would not railroad until
They very drag and matte a day of it to charges to any depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, 4 j
Mr. L. D. Hancock Is getting along re- Mr. W. C. Braddock says that he the inlet Thursday. be so annoying to the victims. That delightful further notice.DUREN. .

markably well with the houses he is thinks now would be a good time to buya old twaddler, Dr. Watts. tells us -- -. _. .- !
Miss M. II. Caldwell will'\ of in of his hymns that "Satan finds
give one one
building for Messrs. C. D. and E. R. cow, as the freight train killed the one
Provost he had. her excellent recitations at the concert some mischief still for Idle hands to do," & FEASTER. "j
at Lotus. preceding the play on Saturday nIght. and from personal observation we' an ..... -

Judging from the numerous Inquiriesafter In viewing some of our neighbors' A daughter of Mr. S. E. Bond Is expected bound to admit tho truth of the good
truck lands in Banyan, there will farms thin week, we notice plenty of: to furnish some of her pretty violin doctor's statement. In the days of our GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida, and .r

be a larger crop of vegetables plantedthis guavas, bananas, oranges and pineapples musle ailio.Arrivals. youth (departed, alas, never to return)
season than ever before. fruiting and looking well. we were wont to Indulge In many foolish Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and TInware.
the Seaside Inn during the I
at ,
vagaries, and this causes us to feel somewhat Your patronage SQllcltell., ;
Mr. J. T. Stewart put up the stove The visitors In town this week were : past week, were : Messrs. A. E. Wilson, tolerant towards those who are ,
Hue in the Banyan school house on Sat- Mr. C. J. Hector Melbourne; Capt. J. Martin Griffin, Marcus Loeb, Henry but we always bathe < TITUSVILLE.. FLORIDA. -,
taking our places, I
urday last. If our worthy School Board Houston, Eau Gallie; Mr. Geo. F. Ensey, Strum and Goo. B. Sulden, Mrs. E. MHaiighton to feel ashamed of our misdeeds .
would allow as enough to add about Tropic; J. R. Pitzer, Jacksonville.Mr. Miss Prlddy, of Palatka; grace
and wish that we bad not suffered -
right feet to the length It would be a Misses Bryson and Caldwell<<:! of Bartow; t
: Ivey Lawson has yearling, which ourselves to be led astray by the tin '
Improvement which Lake Dr. GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
/ If
to the building, lo( L. Plympton, ; IIGlllen real
and others. That
is he says he Is going to train use as Ilea wise counsel of genu:
rather small DnLand R. S. of the Flor-
at present.We ;
an ox. Mr. Lawson believes In bringing; hallway tee fun Is a good thing no one will ,
understand Cashier Brown Is aboutto up his oxen according to his own ideas, Ida East Coast deny but all that can be said In favor I

rent his place to a negro, and while, so trains them In their younger day. of the senseless and Idiotic practical d dC

of course, he Is at liberty to rent towhom Joke could be written on A space covered LITTLE BROS.
he pleases, there la plenty of hon Mr. Jas. A. Groves has opened a street Eau Gallie. by Euclid's definition of a "point."- ....

orable white men who would be glad to just north of his house. The street Extract from "Nocturnal sports of the '

rent It; men who understand the vegetable starts at the F. E C. Ry., running east 10th Century," by lilchard.j .
business, and, as there are are no and west. The Methodist parsonagewill The matter of shelling the street I Is : FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

negroes in this settlement, It would be be built on the corner lot by the again talked of, but In a feeble way.
railroad.. I Old bones wanted by the Jacksonville i "
much -
pleasanter all around to have like ) .laolilsoltlvillo: F1a.
The fishing Industry, most mOlt .
I Fertilizer Co. See ad. In another
Borne good white man on the place. We are willing to lay down the palmto other things, Is very quiet about here column. Are Offering Their 1:.

Mr. Geo. Braddock as the best possum just at present fish are said to be ... ; '

DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00. per 100 at catcher in this part of the country. He scarce, and hard to catch. Blierirr Hale. "" .A.11 Around: :: :E3rac..d": :: ,

the ADVOCATE office.Coronado has caught two in his kitchen lately. I :Major Lovett and Miss Lovett, of

Goodness knows how many be would Jacksonville, were la town for short at tho Exceedingly Low Price of .<
catch If he went hunting them. while last Friday. and by authority vested In me b,
Beach.Mrs. I UNUEK of mn vacation IMIIIN ont of the '
Work goes steadily on, on the residence Capt. Chris. Ifoahr arrived Wednesday CireultC.niryleand. for Hmsrrt county, I d maa Per Ton. : :
-p': ( (:
I of Mr. -G. H. Edwards Mr. Edwards Florida. on the 4tb day of May,A U HUM,tot the
from New the ,
Smyrna, on Oyster Boy, suns ofilJiM. S damages ands/ ) Costa, In fa- 11
sister Mis\ Flo ba a large force of hands at work, with load of line clams. c'
Hickson and her a nor of the MtaM Hank of San Uallla, a corporation '1"'
Bryan, at New Smyrna, and my! don't they move. The building ol UK State of In a suit pomllng In ( Ammonia. ... .l ft to 8 per cent 'I'4J 1
postmistress "
be stories and Archdeacon I). F. Brown preached to aid court wherein the state Hank of KauUalll Guaruute AiialywlM { Available rhosphorlo Acid ,,,4 to 6" "
: of at Coronado will two high, quite an
recently spent a couple days the large congregations last Sunday his Is plaintiff and r.. ft. Vl..ll and M. fMount ( Actual Totash. . . . . .3 to 4 '. ** "1'
addition to
visiting MI. Nell Sharp.Mr. place.Mr. lecture the service are u>f"n>laou. I base levied upon ant 1
at evening being exceedingly wm Mil at public enter, In front of IM court Manufactured from the Purest AmmonIate. Super-phosphate. and Potashe ..
IT. M. Alexander, of St. Louis, 8. Bitching say that he Ie I Interesting.The ......... door. In Tltu.Tllle, Bravartl county. "
better for and the
and of 7th of U IMMI. Nothing Pineapples, Vegetables, present condition of, Orange .1
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Coarsey, jr., "broke" now, a* all his money to locked ttract the day Bro sod
the young people' Christian Endeavor of land lying In county ,, .
Jacksonville, are new arrival at In hIs safe. Mr. K. tried to change the 1* flourishing in growth and In favorilr. State nt Kkirl.U, to-witt Trees.A fine stock of all kinds of Fertilizer Material constantly on hand:
Coronado.The combination bat the safe lock I got contrary i A strip 77 feet *!.!.off the south ulito of MOo
Win. KItchell I J. and the Write for and Price
president, SOT Pamphlet
and acted "mean" the next him U.fcwn l / raaipi 37 _a. Ifctld.
demand for copies of the pink very regular meetings are well attended. eat.ndhng from tha Allantla '
trip of land ocean LiTTL"E
after he had worked It BROS. FERTILIZER PHOSPHATE:
Ot CO'eJacksonville.
Paper Increase a* the season advance at morning! on to tba Indian Ulcer, and containing 'ft.acm.
Coronado. to to the Brother Brown, oar colored drayman, more or feM; ate, all the ... ni Fla. "1
up Two more carload of I amber this after four months doctoring has brought upon Mid land i levied on aa the papery af tbadafandan
times and deserve all the kind word *. M. f. Mount and will t ba old to ;
aid week. Su *Iy we are going forward; his mule around so that be can use him ,IJRieent and ------ "
about It., and vet hedges efc Godfrey, of Satsuma to his dray, but baa never recovered any aathify esud.s.cntioe ranovlnir, oaf of said eoata.Traapaaaan property 'THE "ADVOCATE" dots first-class '

On Sunday night another large crowd Height, are the only lumber merchant damage from the railroad company for 1r\111Mi dean with according (o law.. 'up-

gathered at the hotel to attend a Christian bidding\ for oar East Coast trade throughthe knocking him (the mule) la the ditch. July. MrO, I*)*). "
Endeavor service.' :The meeting wa column of the ADVOCATE Whereare JAIL K. BOWMAK JOB PRINTING and we are prepared to meet ''all Competition
conducted by the our lumber dealers 1 Don't they Kess,..Geo. F. Kasejr and C. F. Fischer bariil ......wdna'. ,

Laud, who I I. Gild reef know they losing some of their East were among the prominent candi D. L. ChinMan.. in Giie trial order.. "
Position, and remark were made by Coast trade ? date'who rlslteJ u*lately.' Both gentle- Attorney for nalntUT. jnl24nc4 prices. QS a ,





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1 ,i 1 I' .b. Didn't Know That Sh. Wa Tr sps.sIng Free and s\
Until H. Told H...

r l I I( One day last week as a Star reporter Hair Vigor."Nearly Accepted Masons FURNITURE COJacksonville .
t name out of Fourteenth street into Penn. '

n t .1 1 ruvivanla avenue ha met coming screws forty years ago after ,? -

k I I the avenue from the cable cars from some weeks of sickness my hair
i which he had the moat ndlan TltusvllloFla. .n.w.+.+w
just alighted turned gray I began using Ayer'ahair

s diffident newspaper man on the row. He Vigor, and was so well satis- lover i1 55.01*
Lodge No. 00
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I had a nervous uncertain glud to escape fled with the results that I have

) ::1 look and he met the reporter in much never tried any other kind of dress- ,X "
t. the Halor'f" Holds lu inftetlnfrs the second and fourth Frl A
' same spirit an a shipwrecked
1 Ing. It requires onlyan day of each montll..t tile Court house,Titus- 1CtiqrC
", "would meet a life preserver. occasional vllle, at 7:Oti w'
i f'f"q "Hello! exclaimed the reporter. of B. K. Wilson Worshipful Master.
1 1 "What's the matter?" A. T. Feattter, Senior Warden. i pl
I i, "Whew" and the diffident man puffed AYER'SHair Uoo. W. Scoble, Junior Warden. .Ij I 1 1I 1W !

h( out along breath of relief. "I hope Joseph Mendol, Secretary. i I F e

,,I .l h to goodness I'll never have another such Vigor to keep .1. M. Dixon treasurer.U. ,
1 j, '. an experience. F. Hall, Senior Deacon.A. .
my hair of good Cleveland Senior Steward.
:' 'I t
II "What was It? An accident
color to
; i, I I't" remove Chas II. Walton Junior Steward. I .' .kl
: ,I "Partially"smiled the escaped. "At IaSIAy./ n
t I dandruff to heal
f I\1 least, I think it was. It was this way" *
itching prevent
't" j and he turned to give a last gum at the umors
hair from falling out. I never hesitate Seminole Lodge, Tin. 30. holds its meetings at
I oar as it whirled out of sight around the the Court bouts, tilt drat four Thursday evenings
Ii!: corner of Fifteenth street. "I was coming to recommend Ayer'a medicinesto of each month at II o'clock p. m. v t
;. friends."-Mrs.II.M.HAIGHT L. T. S. GKH1KR.C. J4
up from the capitol and the car was my COODY D. r V''
t F i \ sirettv well loaded when three ladies ant Avoca, Nebr.AYER'S. C. M. of F. Ot; K. of K. &; B. I a

ti; R;' : L in at"Peace monument.: I-thought; there -

1 P II 1''!; i was room next to me for them and INDIAN RIVER GUARDS SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES !

shoved over to accommodate them, but Drill at tile Armory, over county jail every Fla.
fuu clay evening In the nnthatso'eleek. Fluent Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New
two could York.
a I %' ; ki. only get in. I offered A.T. KKASTKK,Captain.'
; .j' I my place to the third one, but she da- from The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Stoalll8r"Comanche" ,

{ dined and insisted on declining so vigorously M Refrigerators (new) "
'' that I remained in my seat. Hair VigorPrepared INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMI'LARS. "Algonquin. "Cherokee "Seminole! :

: However she thanked me and said she Tltimvllla Lmlge No. IT meets every Tuesday and North-Bound.
$4.95 Upwards
II1 evening! 7HO: In lresl>yterlan church. lul>liumeotlngs
I would sit the by dyer k:Co.,Lowtll.Msje.Tiki Steamers' to sail to the tide.
on lap of one of her companions first Tuesday In each month. are appointed "according
J. C and down she eat.i O. A. GARDNER'\ G. W. 8COBIB, From JACKSONVILLE!:, FLA., .(calling, at Charleston. ), .. Sundays and Thllrld,l,,,
Write for Cash talks
r i Aftr'i Sirupirilla lor the Conptiiloi" Beo't. C. T. catalogue.: From CHARLESTON S. C., Mondays and i, "Now as I said, there wasn't; any with us.WEAK. For hour of nulling sue "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston. ' | ',,:

' ,room to spore in that car, and when she SouthBound.Steamers .
I ,flat down she sat ----------
1' ; on one-half of my lap, C1IUKCHK8. are appointed to sail from Pier. 29, East River, New York,at 3 p. m., as follows\ ;
? And I didn't dare to move a peg. I For CHARLESTON 8. C. Tuesdays and Fill,"
l thought she would notice it, but she PERSONAL GOSSIP.A EPISCOPAL CHURCH. MEN MADE VIGOROUS For JAOHSUNV1LLIt,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Tuesdays and<1 FndpClyde's

was busy talking and didn't and I stood lace dress belonging to Mrs. William

j forvlces the lat and Srd In each
+ t the pressure the best I knew bow. I Astor coat 28,000 la Paris some month,at I1 s. in.and 7:80 p. m.Sundays Sunday school" St. Johns River Line.

j} twisted around three or four times, hut yean go.Miss every tlonday at 2:30 p. m. Evening prayer at
it didn't seem to do and 8 p. DI. on Wednesday Litany aery (DE IIARV LINE)
i any good only : :Mary Quay the eldest daughter Friday at 10 a. m.
I f tai made me more uncomfortable and I RKV. B. F. Bitows, Rector. "
submitted Senator/: Quay, was married to Louis 1ITD1Y. a .DAY: teMoaK *DA1t Steamer "Everglade,
finally quietly, hoping the R. Davidson of Beaver Pa. Jan. 29.
on CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
::party 'would leave the oar before I had METHODIST CHURCH. What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did
, I to. That hope, however was dashed as "Vale Frank Lawler,valet"' Others Young, and qulrkljr. al Leaves Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street at B a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays fur Falatlu
rough serrlces third and fourth fan. men regain lost 010
Chicago Journal. "Yen were a Regular every Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate)landings on the St.John's River.
r we drew nearer to Fourteenth street, Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday men recover youthful vlaor Ab.olutel Gun,
) ,, and then I began to wonder how I wan diamond, but you never cut your School every Sunday at 10::00 a. m. Epworth lmpo sutes4tonroNenou ne MLe.t.IoutPOwer Itauty,, Leaves Sanford 5 a. m., and Enterprise 5:3O a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for Jacksonville
} friends." League each Sunday, at >t>::30 p. m. Prayer meeting either sea. Fnlllne ,
i ever going to get out; of it, for I didn't I every Thursday night at 7:00: -p. in. The ens-., and 9ll effect of Jtf self e..ry aM***Wn.tlne or .nee",.1 I.and SOUTH HOUND SCHEDULE- NORTH iiiUIu:
Slave time to stay in the car till my fair II I Colonel C. F. Crocker of Han Fran Ladles' Aid Society meet every Wednesday 4n
I burden left neither did I want to cisco will pay the expenses of the Lick at 3:'OO p.. m. Everybody welcome at our churchservices. Don't rou benaurto)ft dntiTRtfit t yields impose a grenter*w pay Inn PBKFKK'S NKKVICttlt. or send for li 8.46 p. m. .... ........................P.latka.... ........................ Leave 9.00p. .n
car fare back from Georgetown or some observatory expedition to Japan to observe F.M. C. EA.D8. Pastor. Can beo.rrledInvaetpocket. Prepaid plain wrap- S.OO a. m. ........... ............ Alltor.............................. 3.00p.b
other suburban point. As the car passed the eclipse of the 111I0-next sum Written per. e1 per box, or 6 for a, wits A PO.IIIve 430 a. m. .........................SE Fraudle............ .... .......... II I.30an
Nnarnnte5 to Curs or 9tefund tb. .. 5.30. .. Beresford .............. .. ..... II
e + the hlea free.gpIdpy drn, 1eto Addre.. a. m. ..... ...... .......... 12.00 em
street I made a herculean effort. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. PErlrEH ,' .Blue 8prings..
t' : .." .Excuse me madam' said I, 'but 1 mer.Lord Dunleath who died recently Aea'N, CMO.t., l14 Arrive .: :: ::.::::::::::::::: :::::::: ..Sanford, ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 9 m a a
I Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and 7.30 p.m. Sold by J. B. 9.211.. m. ,...... .. ... .... ....Enterprise... ...................... II 9.30..a
't want to leave the car here. was one of the merchant; prince of the Sunday school at 9.48: a. m., Chits. Gardner. Screven only. .. ......, .. ......... .. .......So. Fla..Railroad Wharf (Sanford).... .... ..... ... .. .... ......1250pn
W' Well?' And the surprised woman north of Ireland. He represented the Hunt. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening

Gil looked at me questioning! 'I have no great linen industry, and amassed te at uu 730.. u.:....The va..public. v.. are cordially Invited to at- Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville,

', 1 'objections. large fortune. H. M. GOODKLL, Pastor. Wbo ean think
Wanted-An Idea
I+ 1 'I presume not/ I stammered 'but By the entrance of Lord Warkworth or tiling some to patent simple J. A.LKHLIK Bupt. JHO. L. HOWARD Fla.Fr't Agt. F. M.IBONMOWOER,JR., Fla.P....All:!
Protect Tour Ideuj ther may biJfrltf u
( ;700 are sitting on my lap and I can't BAPTIST CHURCH. JOHN = JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
) ,f into the house of the unusual WKDDKRBURN: CO.H>D. AttOft
1 'I i :r more.' commons ...,... Wuhlnf ton, D. O..for their$1.800 prIM onerSolentlflo THICO.<}. Encinn T. M., A. J COLE:,General Passenger Agent M. H.CL\DK, A.T.MS .
I circumstance is brought about of father, Preaching" every second, and fourth Sundays and list of Iwo hundred Inventions wanted. BOWLING NEW YORK.
41 'What I I' she exclaimed bouncing up morning and evening Prayer Meetings every GREEN
p( i1 Ii' a son and grandson sitting at one and the Wednesday evening at Too: o'clock. Sunday WM. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents
!i1! :like*grabber ball 'all that distance? same time in parliament. I School every Sunday at 9:49: a. m. Also. preaching 8 Howling-Green. New York. 19, So. Delaware. Av.,Philadelphia
))1.1. Fei, madam,' I responded, very Unit. Sunday at LaGrange; Second Sunday
1 much embarrassed For the first time the FinHter-Aarhorn Oak Hill. All are cordially Invited, to attend.
and feeling like a AnerloM -
the of the Berne bas B. A. GEIGER Paator. -
t highest Alps
mall boy caught; in a jam jar. Alfenojt fir
I "Then the been climbed in winter. Professor MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
4 lady next to ma laughed
right out. Fischer, with the guide Aimer accomplished CATHOLIC CHURCH.

y 'Well' she said 'I thought yon the feat a couple of weeks ago. Services at in a. m. every Sunday. In new
'>f 'were very light. Braoebridge Hemynge, the original Church I building, North Tltusvllle. children's Florida New York,
catechism at 8 p. m.
f: pt "I suppose they are talking about; it; Jack Harkaway has become a memberof Ray: J.F.O'BOVLE,Rector. Philadelphia and Boston.
the Roman Catholic church. :Mr. .N
yet. he concluded with another sigh of
G t ?w relief, "but, thank heaven I'm out oft Hemynge was born in Australia on TftADS aAVr/tTM MARKS.rmmri Sailing from Brunswick, Oat., direct to New York.

1+ It. And The Star reporter went and ':March 0, 1849. He was educated in Please conjoin with us In makingthe D..ION j PASSENGER 8KKVICK.

bought a half dollar's worth of tickets England and was called to the bar. AnvooATM as clean a sheet as ponsi- tor Information and free COPY.IOHT.Handbook:write. to? _.... "" Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "ALL
L :, i and asked for a half day off to use them Now the gossips that Willie K. ble. We are running the pink paper for MUNN A CO.. au BROADWAY, Nsw Yomsc. RAIL" F. C. *; P. R. R. Thura say the benefit of those living on the East Oldest bnraan for securing paten America.Every Brunswick T::3U p. m. Passengers going at once on board'
.I In.-Wa hlngtonItar./ Vanderbilt will taken out by us Is brought rcf
14" r aip : marry again. For some patent steamer.
t Coast well for ourselves and it is
as as ; the pubUo bye notice given free of charge la too
C time his name has been linked with that I our aim and wish to give our readers as Through oar without transfer, Jacksonville to Brunswick.

;, lr A Narrow Kucap of :Miss Amy Bend, a beautiful young good-or better-paper In the future. t tntifie inuicauzLarwe.toirrnlatlon PROPOSED SAILINGS
woman who made her debut about six We therefore ask your cooperation to 1 Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R.,3'30.J. m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.

;years ago and has been quite a belle help us along-no matter whether It be world. Splendidly' : of Illustrated.any wlontlflo" No paper lutrlllgtiDS fn the Friday June B....., ........................COLORADO... .... .. ,. ....... ..Friday... June II
ever since. in news Items, job work advertisements man should, be without It w""k',.. 83.00. rld..y.June, 12...., ,.....................RIO GRANDE!:...... ........... ........Friday June II
kr :)' 'I SI.S9 sot .. Add_ MONiri CXX, June, IK...... ............ .............. COLORADO........ .................I1"rhlny.Jinwa:
Lady Ea tlake'l letters and journal, or subscriptions. WKuifou, zu.d .,,K..w york:City,.*, FridayJune20 I .. ......... ............. Rio GRANDE...... .... ...."""V.Friday Jo:,July'I
just published, are full of racy reading. Frlday.July1----: :.:-.:.-. ... .-:-:.:-...-........COLORA DO.......... .... ..............v.t.imr....g" y..Tnlv.., In

Here is one little tidbit;, "A lady was A. I'. For MURPHY:?nenl1,Trav.'information, ,.Iark steamers. trains CHAS.rates etc. apply to ny railroad agent or to .
: Agent onvllle. DAVIE8Vgent.220 W. Bay St.Ja'ksonvilb
telling me yesterday that she bad met; .You H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
Herbert Bismarck at the Duke of Westminster's Don't See Your WHEEL. C.H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. Klver and 302 Broadway N.Y.

and never came across a more .
conceited prig." -

was ley Crespo of born Spanish,on the a ranch and Venezuelan Indian in the parents.Orinoco president val His, =When Riding! A Boon to Florida !

wife i I. also of mixed blood and of hum

ble parentage. Crespo has been in the -

I service of the Venezuelan nation since

J his boyhood, when he entered the army. Water Works for Your Homes,

Hazel-There goes the girl you used President Kruger of the Transvaal is -

to be engaged to. an obese looking man with a face the Etc under own Control.
Nutte-Oh, yes the one whose father color of parchment and hands and KEATING
'i, failed. Just think old man I mouth generally stained with tobacco

p night have married that girt-Detroit Juice. He is very; untidy in appearance,

Free Press thinking nothing of receiving the most LIrUeed
distinguished guests in his shirtsleeves. ; WE DO

tIVIaa. a FUJI Gave Up th. ......._ THE REST.
w 4 Old Gray beard-It's a pity to keep "
teach pretty bird la a eager.Mrs. "I always carry a revolver' BUT OTHER PEOPLE DO. >
"What for?" with and driven

Do exquisitely Style-Isn't It i a' shame it f Howperfectly "Highwayman." Why not let them see a Stylish Wheel glide easily by ? springs and A few minutes wells workat ,
lovely would
1 took on .a hat t I-Erie : "I used to, but they've got mina"- (KEATING.)
; Messenger I Chicago Record. an air pump delivers the water all

} I I KEATING WHEEL CO., over ;your house with pressure. No cost -kL

---- ---------- -
to operate. No windmill
r kc Holyoke Mass. or overhead : .

tank. Simple and durable. .
I Q STAN D Art 4o. In -
' h I ? Catalogue, Stamps. Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S .'.
Pntomatlo Water Works =
-- ADVOCATE or toDearlog .,.aum.

Youfe FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., For either Public Domestic FBIPOMS.Dearlnjr. .

Parslow & Co., )tgs
IQL (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAR.LOW, Man i;Lc i iT >
....". /La. "

r1 r1I Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise. --

CI : .A. SM e JCbvI.J: : &: O O- 4

I purchased la January last the Immense stock of Piano, Organs sheet IN

music and musical Instruments of The'A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out :J1W1.n.e: Wines: : an.c1 :Licjuorl ,
at unheard-of low to make for full ;
\ the stock of Pianos and Organs prices room a
/ line of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos.
417, 419 W.
We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more than we Bay St.,

ask for them : JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
I I II I Conover, K, wel. ............... .. .....1M Halnee Broe., style 6, man. ....... ...,...$3oo ,
I II Too will find one woupoa .tyle Keb..... ... ........ .. .. as! Suhubart III............... .. ....... 275 Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from $1.75 ,
; Inside MOb two ounoe t cndtwoeoapons II J.elt.. ......... ... .... .. .2110 Maloolm Love, waJ..2 oII to S3 JO per rallon. :
u J.wal.................... .... 815 Htelnway eh...............*..... 2Ao Brandies from 1.75 to S3.7S gallon. _
lasldeaaohIbarooneebAgofBUekirsU'e II ? M.eb..... ................. ... May Everett" eb...,................. Ii8 W1
II II .Kwet..1... ... ...... 3:1. KIDgIIburylleh! eh.............. ... 7J6McCammon r.Mountain*make a Specialty of North Caroin -
NOTHING) .. .. .........._,. ..... Dew Corn Whisker, three
i Durham. Ibis style t.lwaJ..... ........ .. :Jon .b. :Aq old
t Buy a bag of e 2'.Imal\.. ...... ... .... 300 Knabe Grand ................ ..... :260u years SX30 per g .
I4 l 't. celebrated tobacco and read II 7.wal..,,.... .._.....,.. Ts gtajrresant eb....... ....... ..... 175 JDgs-J gal. 28ct,2(*J..SSets, 3 gal..
I BUT THE the which u II r..b....... ....... .. .2110" wal.r... .. .., ......... :21w.Hawue. 1IOeta.'I PURE
coupon- give aGE Rroa. S..b............,...... 11I10 Neweby Kv: nsJae. eb..................... 12& ..-a pl. '11 10.....'lJ8; $bbl..
., llal of valuable pr.esutrnand .. r a,.b....................... 113 M.Star, eb........?...._.._ 110
t DINE bowbpttbSm, S. ? II a t mah........... ........ lib MorrU, loo Parties living In Dry Towns will do t

: I Some of theM pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and them well to 50 order per eent.from on ns all, order aa ws can save) $

put I II In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re Br= Alwaj send with
II IJ J funded. We furnish a stool, scarf instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville We--will not open new money account orders.unless
: Z41c1WtUSDUa I ; cash Installment.! Sheet music at half price. Write u- suitable Jacksonville reference to given

34 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville Fix



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[CURRENCY CATECHISM. For Attorney. For School Superintendent. I II I DON'T STOP TOBACCO. I' EEOTELS. ,J

friends of Col. D. that there is certain .
THE L. Ganlden a sense I -- -- -
_ ,,e Catechising Difficult for a announce his name as a candidate FEELING that forbids our present I now TO CUIU: YOUHSKLFW1IILK t I
SHverlte to Overcome. for the position of Prosecuting Superintendent of Public Instruction The Hotel Placide
Attorney for tyrevard county, at the from announcing himself for reelectionto USING: IT. Jaaaary,1894
the whole body of Democratic primary elections. the above-Il med friends i
What Is turf position, The tobacco habit on a man
: ,,f the to-day ? take this opportunity of placing the !grows In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west
Paper, $373000nOg1: ) ; silver, $lnO,- name of Mr. Jno. II. Same before the' until his nervous system la seriously affected ono block from Bay. Everything entirely. new. Elegantly furnished", throughout.
gflW, $1I12tlll.OlNI.( ) For Representative." voters of Brevard for re-nomination at impairing health, comfort and Superior. Cuisine and Service." Bus meets nil trains. Terms :#:2.!() )per day and

i the country t Titusvllle, May 5th, 1800. a shock to the system, as tobacco to . ..
announce myself a candidate ----- -- -- -- --- ----- -- -- --
Gold by means of which all the Thereby
as member of the an Inveterate user becomes a stimulant
,:V rand a'\1\ the paper are' worth 100 House of Representatives of the Florida For: of Schools. that Ms
dollar. Superintendent system continually craves.
) s to the Legislature, subject to the Grand View Hotel.
What would be the effect If we primary elections. Democratic Eros, FLA., June 1, ISMi.! "Baco-Curo" Is a scientific cure for the ...

:ild abandon the existing gold stand- W. R. SANDERS.For I hereby announce myself as a ciindl- tobacco habit\ Iu all Its forms carefully

t datu Superintendent/ of Public compounded after the formula of an -
would leave
All the gold connIn -
: Instruction for Itrevard county at the eminent Berlin physician who has used
with tho ItcprcNeiitutive.SKHASTIAN ,
; accordance never-ques- .
approaching primary election. My success
will It In Mil since 1M72: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
ed law that" a superior money private practice
/! must depend the actionof
: FLA., May 7, 1MH5. in a country where an tniur without failure. It U
remain my friends who have urged this an- a purely vegetableand ;
money Is the standard. Silver- Thereby announce myself a candidate nouncement, with those who may join guaranteed perfectly harmless. You

llo of 16 to 1" means In truth to- House of Representatives of the Legis JAMES L. ENDS. using "Baco-Curo." It will notify you .
gold is 32: times more valuable than lature of the /State of Florida. when to stop. Wo give a written guarantee -
The office will be In charge of the Lessee ;
R. A. IIARDEE. to euro permanently any case with
or.What amount of would be :
money For Clerk.
n. County
lj withdrawn( from the country If the three boxes, or refund the money with 10 As an "All-the-year-round" House. ( -...
lor standard should be substituted for For: County Judge.To IJIIl>IANOI.A, FLA., Juno :2?, 1M)0.) per cent Inteiost. "Unco-Curu" IK not n

gold standard? the People of Brevard County : I hereby Announce myself a candidatefor : substitute, but a scientific cure, thatcures A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel 1
and twelve million subject to the
JL Six: hundred County Clerk
without the aid of will and
Ellin contracting. the currency to thatfount I am I a candidate again for the position decision of the Democratic: primary. power I
and crippling the country acD. of County Judge, and again submit Earnestly soliciting tho support of all\ with no Inconvenience. It leaves the A carriage, for the convenience of guests, meet all trains

D. If the silver standard were sub- I am again nominated and elected, I will SAM'L J. FIELD. the day you took your first chew or .i'. o. :J3A&:1 i
l t : fi'itod for the existing gold standard endeavor to serve the whole people as I smoke. '
I,it would be the effect on the iII IO.- have tried to do in the past and 1 shall of Hotel du Nil, Sarno.J. :

B 000 of silver now worth 100 cents to' ever be grateful for the support you For Representative. --- --..--.---.-. ----- .. .- -- .. -- .. --- -_ ... ....-
I have given me in the by-gone Cured II Itaco-Ciiro blued
(dollar ? years, y
To the Democratic Voters of Brevanl
iA of silver dolt whether the party shall deem me A. HAl'l'1<:nsE'I"I'K. .
; |\. The entire quantity i worthyof Thirty l.ulIlI< K would be worth their weight In sil- : renewed favor or not. I feel that I respectfully present myself to your
I \pur ounce, which varies from week have not been able, though I have done I favorable consideration as your Rep From hundreds of testimonials, tho IN'RIAN': : : :RIVER: : :: aOPJ'EJ: .
|seek like the price of wheat, and the my best, to fully deserve the trust you resentative In the Assembly.' Though a oilgliialnof which are on file and upon ,
In mediate effect would be to reduce the have generously placed In me hitherto, voter of fifteen years' standing in the to inspection, tho following presented :
hp OOOOOOtl) < to $305,000,000, the present and I offer myself again for office with a county, I have not before asked "your Clayton, Nevada! Co., Ark., Jan. 28, '93. ''' I.f ;
Jiiio of silver per ounce In the coins, hope duly mixed with humility. voices and your suffrages.' I am aware Eureka Chemical A Mfg. Co., :LaCrosse :: 4 TITUSVILLE,

liis contracting the currency of the MINOR S. JOXES.Tltusvlllu that I have some political war-horses Ww.-Gentlemen : For forty I
entry to this additional amount, maka Fla., May 2.1: 'UJ. opposed to me, but, undismayed, I herewith years I used! tobacco In l all its forms. For "Indin.n lti\.oI'. I
: total contraction of 917,000,000.). enter the political arena, calling twenty-five years of that time I was n
) What would be the effect on theLcr upon all who are content to allow a little great sufferer from general debility and 4, Fla.
in our currency if we should sub- For Tux Assessor. new blood to be Introduced Into the heart disease. For fifteen years I tried -r 'I

laito the silver standard for the ex- hereby announce myself a candidatefor body politic, to give me their generous to quit, but couldn't. I took various 'p dt J. A. HArr>:u.sKTrE.MA ; .
ling' gold standard ? I Tax Assessor of Brovard support now anti at the pilmaries.' remedies, among; others "No-To-Bac," ., ,
County, "The Indian Tobacco Antidote "})Oll MAO til.: .
cn ,
IA. The *175,000,000 paper to-day Florida subject to the decision of the O. F. ENSEY.
nth'' 100 cents to the dollar: on the ex- Democratic primary election. I will ble Chloride of Gold," uto., etc., but
ling! gold standard, would at once de- thank my friends' for their support. none of than did me the least bit of Open All Tliw Year
liio toO:; )cents on the dollar on the 1111 vel'IlIdal'd For Stutu Senator. good. Finally, however I purchased n
s ], based on the price of silver JOHN HENRY. box of your "Itaco-Curo," and It has
Way( the Immediate effect being to entirely cured me of the habit In all Its I
COUHTENAY, FLA., July 1366.1RMER : < forms and! I have Increased ,1tIiI Only a few minutes'*
c lace the value of the paper now In For: Treasurer. thirtypounis ( iltl ihnii t l +% m m al.IIlu. ( uI
n Irroncy to $237IiOOCOO. in weight; and am relieved from wulk from Railway rta-
10.. abandoning the existing gold BY tho advice of some of my numer SYMME3 who will hood all tbo numerous aches and pains of h !loon nod Stuiimbont land
liy Ik ,1 I '
If elected.S.
" friends, I announce myself as a JT the majority's cry and ). 11 a vi Infix
luidard for the silver standard what body mini I coulil write a quireof n o +'I ) 'n u m P I -
m Ion would be the first net result? candidate for County Treasurer, to be /:!. B. 8YMMES. paper upon my changed feelings and f I +I On ale banks of tha j

I' IA. The loss to the country of $1,15-1-/ voted for at the next county election, condition. .*e *. far-fumed Indian River, !
and will thank my friends' for their sup Yours 1' II. MAiutvitr
dollar respectfully ,
) worth 100 cents by
1e pi.OOO,IIIOU of every the existing gold standard.Q port. Respectfully Are You Going to the Moun Pastor C. 1'. Church, Clayton, Ark. tT mim" :3M33: W" M1lNdGSFIMs7NT.:: : "

What do deduce from this ? CUR. F. FISCHER. talus 'f
I A. That you need all the Sold by all druggists at $1.00( ) per box;; ___ _u__ ___ .. .. .. .._ __ ,
we money we <' Is the three boxes ( treatment "
The } C. &: P. Railway only thirty days' ),
Vve, and that we "want every dollar to For Tax Collector. line running sleeping cars from Jack $1.50/ with Iron-clad written guarantee, ::aO"J'EL:: O : : TOUST
worth 100 cents. .
i' sonville and( Savannah to Tryon, Snluda, or sent direct) upon receipt of price. ,
IQ, How can we keep all the money I hereby announce myself as a candidate Flat Rock, Hendersonville, Ashovllle Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka

Iu have, and keep every dollar worth for re-election to tho office of ano the mountain resorts of South and Chemical A: Mfg. Co., La Crosse WIs., JACKSONVILLE FLA. 0 OPEN ALL THE TEAR.,
I. IHI I cents ? Tax Collector, subject to the decision of North Carolina. Passengers from Jacksonville and Boston, Mass.
I.A. By preserving the existing gold the Democratic primary election. by taking this route avoid a

-- mdllrd. Respectfully yours midnight change of sleeping cars In "
1 Put this little currency catechism In Savannah and change of sleepers againat tF tri + .
bur Times-Herald. E. W. HALL. ; N )f "
pocket.-Chlcago Spartanburg, 10:25:! a. m. The sleeping HOTEL MELBOURNE fe l ; ;a 'br5ft+f'+ t Mi'tt'tM ,
car from Savannah via Yemannoe I a t +'J II I
Deafness Cannot be CuredBy to If intend r ; a i "
For Attorney.I only runs Spartanburg. you f
going to North Carolina's, bountiful .
!hereby announce myself as a candidate mountains of the F. C. & ,
go by way I
local application as they cannot MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. 1
for the office of
Ucli County At- I'. and Southern Railway. ,
the diseased portion of the ear. torney, subject to the action of the Very cheap summer excursion ticketsare r
there Is only one way to cure deafness, Democratic all the round. Good FIKh.
|nd that Is by constitutional remedies. primaries.R. now on sale at all F. C. & I railway Open year wt'y
oafness is caused by an inflamed con FREEMAN HALL. offices to Tyron, Flat Rock, Ilenderson- hag Hunting and Yachting. Rates,

; litlon' of the mucous lining of the Kusliclilan vlllo, Asheville, Lenoir, Blowing Rock $2.50/ and upwards./ I
I Tube. When this tube Is In- For Hickory, Connelly Springs, Morganton,
1 lined you have a rumbling sound or County Clerk. Murphy, Saluda, Highlands, Glen Alpine Proprietress ?till,.. C. J. HKCTOII.

puporfcct hearing and when it Is entire- I again offer myself as a candidate for Marlon, Hot Springs, (N. C.), Morris- '
re-election town Tate Crab Orchard .' ,
closed deafness .is the result, and un- to tho office of County Springs,
Clerk subject to the decision of the Springs Cloudland Hotel, Roan Mountain
MH the Inrlamatlon can bo taken out, p
Ind this tube restored to Its normal con- Democratic primary election.A. Hot Springs, Va. ; Warm Springs, Johnson Law & Go

Iitlon+ hearing will be destroyed forever; A. STEWART.For Healing Springs Rockbrldge Alum, ,",
Greenbrier! White Sulphur Springs, Fau-
(me cases out of ten are by catarrh,
Milch quler Springs, and all spring mountainand
is nothing but an Inflamed condl- PRACTICAL ENGINEERS.
|ion of the mucous surfaces.We County Clerk. lake resorts In the United States and
dl .
will give one hundred dollars for I announce myself a candidate for ...
\ny deafness (caused by catarrh) that county clerk of Brevard county,
linnot be cured by tail's Catarrh Cure. subject to the action of the Democratic STAGE GLINTS. COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT Coolest and most ploiumntly located hotol for the Hummer months. Thoroughly

Bond for circulars; free.F. primaries and respectfully solicit the .. --- _. I'LANT EQUII'MENTS.SPECIAL ruflttud and elegantly furnished. Klovntor. All modern Improvements.On -
J. CHENBY & Co., Toledo, O. support of all voters. Maggie dine e joined' Charles T. :

t" Sold by all druggist, 7.:>c. I J. E. FULTZ. Ellis' company. ATTENTION GIVEN tho American: and European Plan.
Bluff June IS 'DO.
I Spruce ,
J. E. Toole ia rehearsing his new Kntos:-From COots day and i
TO WATER POWERFor per upwards. Special by the week and. to Commorclul !
Cuyahoga Palls ((0.) merchants combine For County Treasurer.To play "My Gypsy German. men Only hotel that the electric oars plies to.'and from depot.. I

>enovotence with revenge. They turned Alf Hampton la playing Larry How Running Dynamos, Fans, Etc. I
the Voters at the Democratic Primaries CRAPO & LeVENE, Proprietors.
(ver their bad debts to the Woman's ard in "One of tbe Bravest.

: in the Electrical andMachinery --- --.- ._ ..
Missionary( society, thus subjecting their hereby offer myself as a candidatefor Harry Corson Clarke with Lyceum ------- --- - .

Julmquent debtors to a series of duns I re-election to tile office of Treasurer Stock company Denver. Supplies PARK

rom the eternal feminine.naU's of Brovard County. I refer to my Grace Flllcius expects to visit London Hotel Al Fresco. . COTTAGE,
record during the past; and, if elected next summer and play a short engage Furnished.
will give to the duties of the office the ment there.
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rene wori same diligent attention and watchfulcare 51 West Forsyth St., West Palm Beacb .
Colt" lESSEN Indian River FLORIDA. Florida
unquestionably, the best preservative as in the past. Charles H. Hoyt's "A Runaway ,
f f the hair. It is also curative of dan- Your obedient servant, has been taken off the boards and the Jacksonville, Florida.ROYALTANSY .

Bruff, tetter and scalp affecttions. ARTHUR T. FEASTER. company has been disbanded.The JOHN L. JENSEN, Proprietor.

play in which Georgia Cayvan Boarding by the Day Week..
When a man gets his account from a will star this season ia now being writ : NEW HOUSE; Best Accommodationson

Ililropodist he usually foots the bill. For Slier iff. ten for her by C. B. Meltzer. It ia a PILLS H.50 to $2.00 per day during summer. ',
the East Const. Hot and cold haths
I When insist that shall toe hereby announce myself a candidatefor comedy. sxwnr.eevERY. t/6yanrAILti ;
you a man .. .
I _
,nllabU and'*! nul I
fir A or
|he mark look out that not the the office of Sheriff of Brevard Ellaline Terries has left tho coat of 1 40.. prMMMt.. ... ..., ., HCMtjr or ..Intelm.n.Luralon. first-class table. In center of the FINE VIEW OK THE LAKK. .
you are .. ,_ :,
Florida How s.
the BMK
County, subject to actionof byo
nark..t "HI Excellency" and gone home to ....11... InTlirontM, ttMM or...... M*.
P the elections and ......_.. ... Famous
primary respect England In to a cable from her e war mf 4mmmmr n 110. Pineapple Region; close to the .
fully ask the support of my fellow citi response .p.*r. In M p.r,War wr.yy.r..s..l nloU bn ,1. /e s nliMlwl ....OPEH THE YEAR AROUHD.,.. -
Great Chance to Make MoneyI zens. husband.It 'V' mp.for plain parl,....,.. int Inlet. Fish and oyster. In abundance.
> PrrrEKLEesoALA.5et1AT1ON
coats to conduct theater in ,4rHfM.or Inre.!
JOS. P. BROWN. more a ,. O.
tkl.sae iu. HOWES -
want to tell of wonderful City Point, Fla., May 12, '00. New York than in any city in the world. Terms : $3,00 Per Day, Proprietor"I
you my Rent and all Sold by J. U. Screven, only.
are higher expense are
mccens. Being a poor girl and needing and upwards.
'money badly I tiled the dishwasher For Tax Assessor. proportionately larger. Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. '
business and have cleared $200 every Henry Jewett may organize a com
month. It I. more than I ever announce myself as a candi- and undertaken starring tour with '
money Thereby pany llTH'SCHILL ....Open all the Year Round.
l had before and I can't help telling you re-election to the office of Richard Golden play of Revolutionary WINTERS Hotel Geneva ;
about It, for I believe any person can do Tax Assessor of Brevard county, subjectto time., "Benedict Arnold."
I as well as I have If they only try. DishI the action of the primary elections. Oars Settle ,
washers sell wants Soliciting the support of all, I remain Colonel D. Hopkins made a very ...
on sight: every lady MOeatarMksTke (I. Foriyth rod Cottar HI..,
I one. The Mound City Dish Washer Co., your obedient servant, tempting offer to Yvette Gnilbert to go .Seaside Inn
I st. Louis Mo., will give you all necessary J. F. WOOTEN. to his Chicago house. lot the divette' cam. iJacksonvllle, Fla.

I instruction, so you can begin work at had made other arrangement. tnrgw= Modern Improvements, Itaths etc., on
I once." The dishwasher does splendid Every ..I.' 'or. JaM and Electrlo
Pearl is
For Sheriff.I Andrews making a special
I work; wash and the dishes On the Ocoari Bouoh at
you can dry Lights Passenger/ Elevator. Ar-
of Yvette Onilbert'a methods and
In two or three minutes without putting hereby announce myself] a.. a candidate study tUtlcally and Elegantly Fur
your hands In tbe water at all. Try this for the office of Sheriff of Bre. will add an imitation of the celebrated ItaVttae.TONIC SEABREEZE FLORIDA nished. ... v
Business and let us know how you sucked. vard County, subject to the Democratic Frenchwoman to her repertory in a few ,
ELIZABKTK C. primaries, and ask the support of my,. days. Rates per Day from $2.00' to $3.00.. .

many friends. Marie Jansen h... been ill for several Many attraction and Improvements ,Wmkljr Ilat4>*on' Application.
HENRY T.. TITUS. .1 Ayer htw I c.. &.181I....kf..MWI. I
The heaviest man whose weight Is. reOohed week and baa had to undergo a severe Lave been added to this, the most popular Special JBatM for tb .umm.r.ED.

anthenlcally wan Miles Darden, surgical operation. She ia oonraleacent NEVER! FAILS. hotel of the East Coast. L. OWENS, Prop.
If now Bowerer. and is ready to resume
Tennessee. little less For Sheriff.
He weighed a work. The beautiful, wide, smooth beach Is

than 1,000 pounds THROUGH the earnest solicitation of for and CO NADa BATHING THE TEAR HOUND
Loafs 1e unsurpassed driving bicycling.The \ .
X numerous friends and fellow-citi Wain the English artist whose t1A!

taVk ake up your liver' but be sure you zens, I take pleasure In announcing myself picture of cats and animal life are ao surf bathing and fishing In both

Simmons Liver Regulator to do It a* candidate for the office of Sheriff delightfully fresh and Irresistibly droll. ocean: and Halifax\ River are excellent.
* .o that you'll feel wonderfully refreshed cratio primary elections, promising in a great trunk foil of little ilipa of paper s KATES: .OO PEIl DAY ylAfly

and strengthened. It U SIm- I the event of my election a full, fair and on which be has Jotted down "idea. a* Special Rates by the Week. ova ne5 l'VRt wna rLA
mons Uver Regulator that does it There Impartial administration of the duties of r
they crossed his mind. It..U
'I only one Simmons Liver Regulator, aid office. I respectfully ask the support perhaps. H. F. STEWART, Proprietor. ZOMUSDPBEACHniRArUr-ClffUMO !!! '
and the and not ] of anperflaona to say that he Is a lover of BICCPSTPLANIN ,
you'll know It by the Red Z on encouragement, only my rc S tI
pee ckage. Take nothing else, and you'll personal friends, but of all good; Democrat eaU of every kind and every .1_ and i .p.elel y_tnr.. at Coronaitn Moderate

isadsure to get all the good health prom* *. DAVID B. BRYAN. every color. THE SOUTH Advertise In the ADVOCATK If you rate, solid comfort, no ostentation N
Ean Gallic Fla. 10 91).
May want to Increase your business. good fishing good cooking.



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f.4, -- Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S.Gov't ReportBking

1. # .-. .. THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM

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I "" ''. Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
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I I,... ,. .."..-, rI ._ BSGI.IJTEI.Y P&JRE We have for sale a I large list of careful!

'i ----- selected Indian River. Properties.
,1 ,! I 1 ."'" .' ''I' ; COimUSPONDKNCK.: with On County motion of Commissioners.Alderman Hall, seconded] Agents for Sale of Lands of ,the Florida Coast Lin
: I Ii > ) by Alderman Dixon, the ordinance with\ Canal and Transportation Co.
f For Sheriff. regard to clearing vacant lots was ordered -
i !, to bo enforced, and the Marshal .-
. .. CANAL. LA..1'VX:>>S.;
structed to notify the property owners.
; ; jl f! X l> : : i MELBOUIINB:, FLA., July :21, 'Oil./ A bill of $9.l>0, of L. T. Coodey, for Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway COlD"

.If I ,I'' r Editor Advocate. t street work, was approved and. ordered Lands Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co
" 'I' 1. ars.rl paid. and other Low Priced Lands. ''.
: i.. ,< Among the new aspirants for county There being no further business, the
. .."I Ii. honors are the three candidates for the Board adjourned. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
office of sheriff, all of them, I believe,
l Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck I For Bale good men and true. The best known to Titusville. Florida.
( } ers fur Sale. me, personally, Is Henry Titus, and he r Death of Mrs. Barton.
Common and fancy pineapple plants. has all the qualifications which go to

,f I Abbaknit, Egyptian Queen, Golden Forty acres to select '1'001. Lemon and make a good, serviceable sheriff. A Through pressure of space we were unable -
Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and other citrus trees. man of undoubted courage; from whose to report the death of Mrs. Josephine Fred S. Chaffee &Col
e I Red Spanish. Apply to JAMES HOT.MKS, dictionary the word fear is omitted, and Barton In last week's ADVOOATK.
t MADDOCK & MATTHAMH, Jensen, Fla. of whose ability to fill the office there Is The above estimable lady died at Melbourne ,,
"Palm Beach Pinery," no question, well and favorably knownto on the 12th Inst. She was the .
,I West Palm Beach), Fla. everyone In the county, I make no widow of the late Mr. Jaa. P. Barton, a S. CHAFFEE
4 4 IMnenpple Slips for Sale. secret of the fact that he Is my choice well known artist, and a sister of Mrs. TITUSVILLE FLA,
for the position; In fact, If I was asked 8. H.Thurston,of Atlantic, Indian River Registered Pharmacist.
19 r, why Henry Titus was brought Into the Fla. Mrs. Barton was a highly-gifted
,; ; I Slips and Suckers for Sale. I have a choice lot of Abakka Smooth wood I should answer without a mo lady, of sterling qualifications. In her A Complete Assortment off
j Cayenne and Golden Queen slips and ment's hesitation, "to become sheriff of
nature the practical were
' Pineapple slip and suckers delivered puckers for early dellveiy. Brevard county." blended and her conversational PURE DRUGS and
happily Smite
Indian $ Druggists
m anywhere( on River at ..0.00JI'r Write for prices. Yours truly, powers were of a superior order. Her ,
1,1100. Adcln-Hn :
high of honor and duty made her
HKNJ. Ilooa, Fort Pierce, Fla. : sense filled with the Utmost Care and
r Waveland, Fla. life one of usefulness, and she will be 9 Prescriptions Promptitude 80-

Mr. Merwlit Kepi lex to "Tyro." mourned many friends this countryand We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.

l; i Pine Fancy Pineapple Planta. The deceased lady quietly passed away
Fancy ..
} ltt i MILFORD, CONN., July 18, 1800. about 11 o'clock on the morning of the We want your trade. Give us a triM,
Hardy, vigorous, without shel
Very fluent Smooth Cayenne and ; grown 12th Inst., and her remains were Interred
I Abakka pineapple plants. Prices on ter. Prices on application to Editor Advocate : beside those of her husband, the follow Choice Line of Cigars Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumer.
t 1 application to E. C. B. TYNDALL, Dear Sir:-A friend sent me your Issue ing morning, In the Melbourne cemetery. Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, eta, etc., etc.
' ? J. & F. M. TYLER, 27marOmo Waveland, Fla. of! the 3rd, In which you print a letter; Mr. Barton died about two years ago. !nT Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
;'. Fort Pierce Pinery. from Rockledae. signed "Tvio." reflect' Tha-- sympathy. nf the residents- of Indian -

I IJjU L t ;1{. '. ing on and misconstruing t'y' letter to River extended to her bereaved
Pineapple Plantation For Sale
you which you published In a former kindred with the hope that they may
' ; ..hi, Fancy Pineapple Plants. Cheap. Issue of the ADVOCATE. In reply, will be consoled by the many happy thoughtsIn EI_ T3RA: :c Y,
..J. say that I had a discussion with "Tyro" the memory of her life and the confidence

\ ,I .'Abbaka and Egyptian queen slips and Located on Indian River Florida,. several years ago on the Free Trade of her glorious Immortality.. Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
suckers and Porto Hloo slip,. Prices on For description and terms, address, question, and he remarked that he was Hay, ,
I Box 14, Melbourne Beach, Fla. In favor of having our American ports
application to I
W. OUIIDON BROWN, opened free to all the products of the The J., T. & K.: W. By'/ Taxes. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to,my Stock of

Ilobe Sound, Fla. world He was except willing\oranges.\ to have Maple Ac I tmoy Groceries, Frul
every man,
HOME GROWN. The receiver of the Jacksonville,
L' 4 !j ...... woman and child ground between the Tampa and Key West railroad has been And Food ProductsOf

j: '. ABBAKA mill stones of competition .except authorized to l Issue $25,000 receivers' All Kinds. Also My Stock of
Slips.". .Tyro." Oh, "consistency, thou art a
certificates, bearing 7 per cent Interest,
Pineapple Slips jewel." If "Tyro" had signed his real Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
for the purpose of paying the state, Hay, ,
Smooth Cayenne Suckers, Red Spanish name, I would give; you an Interesting county and city taxes, due by .
story that ,would please the people of Ground Food and Wbeat.I
from healthy, vigorous homo-
f SUps, grown plants, for sale In any and Suckers. Rockledge and all the tourists who read pany. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above lint
". t I quantity. Write for prices, eto. ... your paper that have visited Rockledge Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and (olid
: THOMAS:: & ELDRED, for the past ton years; but knowing that Piano for Sale.A your patronage. Very truly
,' t Ankona, Fin. Of the following Varieties you dislike to make a medium of the fine, mahogany, square piano for :3E1. X*. :IBX1.: A ITS'.
ADVOCATE for us erring mortals to air sale in Titusville; cost $500; will sell for
; FOR SALE.: ourselves' I will'close by saying that ; $200 cash, or on time.
't specimens of humanity who write scurrilous For further par-titulars address,
; ABBAKA.... letters over fictitious names do It PIANO
Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, ,
knowing that their real signatures kill Care of ADVOCATE,

f. Slips and Suckers For Sale. Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth Intended.the purpose for which Very respectfully their articles, are Titusville, Fla. .

I Cayenne Pernambuco, ,and WM. M. MEKWIN.
Ry' '
t t Rod Spanish in "any quantity. I'rloeif
i Remember, the ADVOCATE: does all
I on application.. 8AEOBR:: BROS., Red Spanish. Titusville Town Council.On kinds of Job Printing:

t, i-f Ankona, Fla. Apply to O. C. MATTIIAMS,

The Indian River Is attractive at this point did fishing eta The land l I. '1"11111adapted '
1 Florida Pineapple Company Monday night the regular meetingof FOR first class shoemaking and repairing very i Brien (:
to Pineapple and other lI'rul..J and Is Ankona, just north of the celelmtd
WEST PALM BEACH FLA. the members of the Town Council call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue Herman Irove. The J. St. A.&: I. R. U'y rung through the property, making shipping facllltiounaurpaaned. )))
,1 SLIPS and SUCKERS.Fancy took place In the Council room on Washington Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto For particulars,address the owner,
}'II avenue, the following being pre order In fine style. ARTHUR D. PERKINS, New Haven Conn.
: : sent: O. W. Sooble, chairman, pro. tern.;
Death at New Smyrna. J. M.\ Dixon and R. F. Hall, R. C. Scrlm-

.. geour, acting mayor; and L. T. Coodey,
: .A.R.D: : ...
t Monday last the community at Coron-
t : Home-Grown Varieties ado was saddened-Indeed shocked A communication from Captain Riceas
h"J ,,' when It was said, "Charley Is dead." to due bill from U. Titus, was laid Ooooa. Florida: ,
.' Dead-wliat a mystery death I Char- before the Board but no action taken.

FOR SALE. ley was a handsome youth of about 17 Alderman Halt stated that the town c ;., i/H.I. i ; ( 11 i.. ', DEALER INWood ........
"' years of age, of fine proportion and bid note to county In payment of jail was a
t "' ABBAKA. 1 ding fair to be aa fine a man as his father due May lit ult., and the matter was referred JACKSONVILLE FLA and Metal

PORTO RICO. :: Mr. Lewis, who Is known by every to finance committee to settle
I visitor who has ever Groused the bridge; ----- .-
GOLDEN QUEEN. over the Illllsboro river to Coronado Coffins and Caskets
Beach He was a boy of more than ordinary .,
character and had Just started The St. Augustine Cycle Co..
and I out to make his own fortune; was self- '

j, RED SPANISH: .: reliant, upright, cheerful and loved by all Union. Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is UDder
his that
companions. Strange one so
Has the best line of wheels the of the
management an experienced
taken = Funeral; Director and Embalmer, using
should be the
LAKE promising just on g Diamond most improved methods of embalming. All ordeis by mall wire receive prompt
WORTH FRUIT CO., such threshold times of"Trust manhood.Him We who can knowest only at and sundries in the state. All attention. EDWARD STILING or ,

Lake Worth, Fla. best." A poem by James Whltcomb >3 Excels. Kinds of bicycle repair work Cocoa, Indian River, Fla.
Riley Is appropriate here i iUK -
D3T Correspondence Solicited.. and other Ladies
IS JUST AWAY. neatly done. I

I I cannot *ay, and I will not ay and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS THE DECANTER.
) ,
9r That ho In dead-he I la Jiint away.
Consult James Mott
I With a cheery imllo and a ware of the hand :
He has wandered to an. unknown land; & Renaker
Orlando' for lemon OEORG MARX JOHN MARS Lesley
Nursery, orange, And 'left in dreaming how very fair ,
and grape fruit trees, grape vines and It needs must be,since he linger there.

Marshal\ Nlol roses. And yon-oh. yon-who the wildest. yearn MARX BROS.Wholesale Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies
JAMBS MOTT, For the old-t w.atop and the glad return-
Dealers In Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.
Orlando Fla.
Think of him all faring on, a* dear
la the love of the love of here. A First-class Line of
Groceries Cigars. Table
: : Fruit anl :Produce: see Billiard and Pool

E HOTEL.. NOTES. Mild When and the gentle sweetest an he love WAIl of brave bla life he gave. 131 Mid 133 KM: Bay Street and .3 aed.aN.wnanStreet, Family and hota trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
orders. Cash must accompany your order. ,LOSLEY & RENAKER Tltusvllla,Fl.
;r'aol onv-l.11c ,
: F1orl.d.a.
To ulinplor thing,where! the violet grew, s :
i We now have open in Titusville two lure a* the eye they were llkenod to. ==
as good and well-managed:{ summer hotels The touches. of hi*hands have stayed
is as you will find. in any part of Florida.r As reverently a* hi*llia have prayed; FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY, Awarded Gold:Modal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
r When the little brown thrush that luumuJy
chirped TO GROWERS;-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege-
I Was dear to him an the" mocking bird. I tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
And he pitied. much.*a man In l>aln. Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
A writhing honey two wet with rain. ,
Think of him .tlll the Paine I say[ ,MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
r He la not dead-h. la juat away.

',""r.' A Serious Accident. HAVE, YOU GOT ,AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?

,. ,.'- Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, Itlfc
+ aI .r: : ;" J:' About 0 o'clock on Saturday morning Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dnnk, Manager, Jacksonville, Flu.
,. .,.' last, .. A. P. Gruber wan driving down If not, don't you think you ought to have one? I have got the Five Minute

Main\ street, his horse-a Texan-bolted, White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, .at the following prices, via : Low
with the result that on passing the corner on Canned Meats.Write
of Main and Palm streets the reins 1 quart at. ..;....... ,'. .'.-. .... .. . .. . .. .* 1.30 each. .
I, + broke and he was thrown out, having a quart at. : . .1.-' . .1,:. .. .. ... . .. .. 1.60 each.
WE respoctlfully]) solicit consignments his collar bone put out of place and 3 quart at... '.,1' ...., .. .'. ."". . .'. .'. ... 1.80 each. u. rCr :Irises.: :
of fruits and vegetables from down-river sustaining other Injuries, which howeverwere 4 quart at.\.. .,.,..o.-.. k ..... .r." . ...., . .. 2.20 each. -
parties In ,small Iota, such as melons, more slight. He was taken home These price are only good. until .the I stock is exhausted. Keep your eye on --
and attended Dr. B. R. Wilson and Is this Column
by Bargain
., pineapples, grapea and all other fruittand now ''getting along nicely, although It LANDS for Lemons
'( 'vegetables. We will guarantee retrnittaace will be several weeks, probably, beforehe THE EDWARD Grape Fruit &: Pineapples
on day of sole. is able to attend to business again. ,
AVERA OROCERY CO., The hone continued In Its wild career, IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .

I" < Titusville, Fla. leaving west corner part of of the Dr. J.wagon M. Dixon at the south lot, it Made for Sandy Soil,,'Having 3-inch Tread. ;* i&t * order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, the

having collided with an electric light
polo there, and after going along Wash FOR SALE BY FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. wlj], for the next,9 months, make a it
ington avenue and Main strwet was finally
Bice's stables dnction of TifiBty-flT8 Per Cent M Price of Its Lands in Above Counties,

:Mr. amber's stopped near little was In the EDWARD STILING............-...... .... .....n........ OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15'h, 189g.

i ,.. ,. wagon at the time, but jumped out We ha.e abw 0- For term and Prices apply to ,
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several times before bat
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